Bergen Airport

Project information

  1. Location Bergen‚ Norway
  2. Area85.000 m²
  3. Construction cost3‚6 bn NOK

Project details

  1. Year2009 — 2017
  2. StatusOn site
  3. Partners COWI
    Norconsult
    Aas-Jakobsen
    Per Rasmussen
  4. Client Avinor
  5. Enquiries Eskild Andersen
  6. Scope Airport planning and design
    Masterplanning
    Sustainability
    Visual Group
    BIM
    Interior design
    Furniture design
    Product design

Landing the deal

Nordic won the project for masterplanning a new terminal in an architectural competition in 2009. We are responsible for planning and designing all phases, right through to completion.

The essence of the west

The new Terminal 3 houses many different areas including waiting lounges, commercial areas, check-in, baggage and goods handling, and office facilities. The overall design concept is influenced by the surrounding scenery of dramatic mountains and deep fjords, both in terms of structure and materials, and the modular design makes for easy expansion of various parts of the building.

How exciting - Terminal 3 is coming to life!

Folded metal and masses of glass in the facades

29 Nov 2016

View from the rail link platform: always blue skies in Bergen

19 Oct 2016

Retail units appearing

19 Oct 2016

Solar shading installed on the satellite bridge

30 August 2016

The timber ceiling will be one of the new airport's most striking features

30 August 2016

The facade is coming together

10 March 2016

Powerful structures and timber ceiling

10 March 2016

Eerie mood on site

29 Sept 2015

The wing span shape is becoming appearant

12 Aug 2015

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Ready for take-off

Completion of the first building phase is scheduled for August 2017. By then, the new terminal will have a capacity of 7.5 million passengers per year, with potential to expand to up to 15 million passengers. 

Detail development sketches

Multiple concepts are explored for all aspects of the final airport design. The example underneath shows different ceiling and lighting options above the security control.

Read more about our method here