Bangalore (Kempegowda)

International Airport

The Bangalore (Kempegowda) International Airport airport expansion will increase the airport’s capacity to at least 65 million passengers per annum. Phase 1A of the new Terminal currently includes an estimated 46 elevators, 29 escalators, and 17 moving walks.

In addition to the new Terminal, a multi-level car park is being constructed to accommodate an estimated 2438 passenger vehicles after Phase 2. In addition to the vehicle stalls, there is capacity for an estimated 450 taxi’s after Phase 2. A Metro connection to the Terminal is also planned following Phase 2 expansion, for which elevating provisions are currently being made.

HH Angus’ client is Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM) from New York, with whom we worked previously on a joint-venture architectural team with Adamson Associates and Moshe Safdie on Terminal 1 at Toronto Pearson International Airport.

Vertical Transportation

Status: Ongoing

Bangalore, India

46 elevators | 29 escalators | 17 moving walks for new Terminal Building and multi-level car parkade for 1724 vehicles, with Phase 2 planned expansion to 2438 passenger vehicles