The floors have been made by applying 160,000 cubic meters of sand, cement, and binder. Appropriately for the modern design of the overall pier, they feature two different shades of gray. Besides harmonizing excellently with the overall structure, these two colors also serve an important practical purpose: namely, to enable passengers to directly and intuitively find their way to their gates. The path they use to walk down the middle of the pier is light-gray, while the gate areas feature a darker anthracite. By the way: the concrete walls have been left bare to harmonize with the modern, functional style of the overall pier.
Pier G was already clearly taking shape in 2020. Use the slider to track its progress up to completion.
The pier is state-of-the-art from top to bottom. Its advanced systems enable efficient processes and a pleasant experience for travelers. Perched on the building’s roof are seven installations with a total footprint of 4,762 square meters distributed over its entire length. They are mainly responsible for ventilation, but also include air conditioning. Vertical shafts reach down into the pier to modules that supply electric power to the surrounding areas while ensuring a comfortable temperature and fresh air. Electricians are doing the lion’s share of the work, installing power distributors, safety systems, and measurement and control technology.