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Mr. Dirk Bennink

Contracts Manager

Brisbane Airport Corporation

Direct Phone: +61 *********       

Brisbane Airport Corporation

Cnr Kingsfordsmith Drive And Hunt Street

Hamilton, Queensland 4007

Australia

Company Description

BAC is 80% Australian-owned, through Commonwealth Financial Services (the Commonwealth Bank's fund management arm), Australian financial institutions, the Port of Brisbane Corporation and Brisbane City Council. Another important stakeholder is Amsterdam A ... more

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BVN Architecture - Brisbane International Airport: Putting People First

blighvollernield.com.au, $reference.date [cached]

According to Brisbane Airport Corporation Principal's Representative, Dirk Bennink, this was achieved by opening up and rationalising the terminal's main spaces so departing passengers could see more of the airfield through the huge glass façade.

"The layout of the terminal serves passengers particularly well. Upon entering the building at the departures level passengers become immediately aware of where their aircraft await them," Mr Bennink said.
...
According to Mr Bennink, a key aspect to making the space more user friendly was to create a comfortable and relaxing "airport lounge" experience within the departure lounge and extended concourse.
"While we moved towards hard floor finishes using tiles and replacing the existing carpets, the space was softened by using high quality leather serpentine shaped lounges, ottomans, and inset rugs," he said.
"We also spent a considerable sum on major public art work.
"These distinctive pieces have been installed at strategic locations within the terminal so that they can be enjoyed by passengers and those who have come to farewell, meet and greet passengers," Mr Bennink said.
Mr Bennink said the creation of an airport lounge environment was further enhanced by separating the terminal's retail, food and beverage spaces from the gate lounge areas.
"Prior to the extension, many retail outlets were located along the original glass wall blocking the view of the airfield and detracting from the lounge feel of the original terminal," he said.
...
According to Mr Bennink, the expanded Brisbane International Airport terminal, often recognised as one of the world's best, has been designed to cater for passenger demands through to 2015.
He said its high quality furnishings, spacious and light filled interiors, quality artwork, modern and timeless interior design and easily extendable building structure, meant it would remain contemporary for years to come and be well placed for future expansions.


BVN Architecture - Brisbane International Airport: Putting People First

www.bvn.com.au, $reference.date [cached]

According to Brisbane Airport Corporation Principal's Representative, Dirk Bennink, this was achieved by opening up and rationalising the terminal's main spaces so departing passengers could see more of the airfield through the huge glass façade.

"The layout of the terminal serves passengers particularly well. Upon entering the building at the departures level passengers become immediately aware of where their aircraft await them," Mr Bennink said.
...
According to Mr Bennink, a key aspect to making the space more user friendly was to create a comfortable and relaxing "airport lounge" experience within the departure lounge and extended concourse.
"While we moved towards hard floor finishes using tiles and replacing the existing carpets, the space was softened by using high quality leather serpentine shaped lounges, ottomans, and inset rugs," he said.
"We also spent a considerable sum on major public art work.
"These distinctive pieces have been installed at strategic locations within the terminal so that they can be enjoyed by passengers and those who have come to farewell, meet and greet passengers," Mr Bennink said.
Mr Bennink said the creation of an airport lounge environment was further enhanced by separating the terminal's retail, food and beverage spaces from the gate lounge areas.
"Prior to the extension, many retail outlets were located along the original glass wall blocking the view of the airfield and detracting from the lounge feel of the original terminal," he said.
...
According to Mr Bennink, the expanded Brisbane International Airport terminal, often recognised as one of the world's best, has been designed to cater for passenger demands through to 2015.
He said its high quality furnishings, spacious and light filled interiors, quality artwork, modern and timeless interior design and easily extendable building structure, meant it would remain contemporary for years to come and be well placed for future expansions.


BVN Architecture - Brisbane International Airport: Putting People First

bvn.com.au, $reference.date [cached]

According to Brisbane Airport Corporation Principal's Representative, Dirk Bennink, this was achieved by opening up and rationalising the terminal's main spaces so departing passengers could see more of the airfield through the huge glass façade.

"The layout of the terminal serves passengers particularly well. Upon entering the building at the departures level passengers become immediately aware of where their aircraft await them," Mr Bennink said.
...
According to Mr Bennink, a key aspect to making the space more user friendly was to create a comfortable and relaxing "airport lounge" experience within the departure lounge and extended concourse.
"While we moved towards hard floor finishes using tiles and replacing the existing carpets, the space was softened by using high quality leather serpentine shaped lounges, ottomans, and inset rugs," he said.
"We also spent a considerable sum on major public art work.
"These distinctive pieces have been installed at strategic locations within the terminal so that they can be enjoyed by passengers and those who have come to farewell, meet and greet passengers," Mr Bennink said.
Mr Bennink said the creation of an airport lounge environment was further enhanced by separating the terminal's retail, food and beverage spaces from the gate lounge areas.
"Prior to the extension, many retail outlets were located along the original glass wall blocking the view of the airfield and detracting from the lounge feel of the original terminal," he said.
...
According to Mr Bennink, the expanded Brisbane International Airport terminal, often recognised as one of the world's best, has been designed to cater for passenger demands through to 2015.
He said its high quality furnishings, spacious and light filled interiors, quality artwork, modern and timeless interior design and easily extendable building structure, meant it would remain contemporary for years to come and be well placed for future expansions.


BVN Architecture - Brisbane International Airport: Putting People First

www.blighvollernield.com.au, $reference.date [cached]

According to Brisbane Airport Corporation Principal's Representative, Dirk Bennink, this was achieved by opening up and rationalising the terminal's main spaces so departing passengers could see more of the airfield through the huge glass façade.

"The layout of the terminal serves passengers particularly well. Upon entering the building at the departures level passengers become immediately aware of where their aircraft await them," Mr Bennink said.
...
According to Mr Bennink, a key aspect to making the space more user friendly was to create a comfortable and relaxing "airport lounge" experience within the departure lounge and extended concourse.
"While we moved towards hard floor finishes using tiles and replacing the existing carpets, the space was softened by using high quality leather serpentine shaped lounges, ottomans, and inset rugs," he said.
"We also spent a considerable sum on major public art work.
"These distinctive pieces have been installed at strategic locations within the terminal so that they can be enjoyed by passengers and those who have come to farewell, meet and greet passengers," Mr Bennink said.
Mr Bennink said the creation of an airport lounge environment was further enhanced by separating the terminal's retail, food and beverage spaces from the gate lounge areas.
"Prior to the extension, many retail outlets were located along the original glass wall blocking the view of the airfield and detracting from the lounge feel of the original terminal," he said.
...
According to Mr Bennink, the expanded Brisbane International Airport terminal, often recognised as one of the world's best, has been designed to cater for passenger demands through to 2015.
He said its high quality furnishings, spacious and light filled interiors, quality artwork, modern and timeless interior design and easily extendable building structure, meant it would remain contemporary for years to come and be well placed for future expansions.


BVN Architecture - Brisbane International Airport: Putting People First

www.blighvollernield.com, $reference.date [cached]

According to Brisbane Airport Corporation Principal's Representative, Dirk Bennink, this was achieved by opening up and rationalising the terminal's main spaces so departing passengers could see more of the airfield through the huge glass façade.

"The layout of the terminal serves passengers particularly well. Upon entering the building at the departures level passengers become immediately aware of where their aircraft await them," Mr Bennink said.
...
According to Mr Bennink, a key aspect to making the space more user friendly was to create a comfortable and relaxing "airport lounge" experience within the departure lounge and extended concourse.
"While we moved towards hard floor finishes using tiles and replacing the existing carpets, the space was softened by using high quality leather serpentine shaped lounges, ottomans, and inset rugs," he said.
"We also spent a considerable sum on major public art work.
"These distinctive pieces have been installed at strategic locations within the terminal so that they can be enjoyed by passengers and those who have come to farewell, meet and greet passengers," Mr Bennink said.
Mr Bennink said the creation of an airport lounge environment was further enhanced by separating the terminal's retail, food and beverage spaces from the gate lounge areas.
"Prior to the extension, many retail outlets were located along the original glass wall blocking the view of the airfield and detracting from the lounge feel of the original terminal," he said.
...
According to Mr Bennink, the expanded Brisbane International Airport terminal, often recognised as one of the world's best, has been designed to cater for passenger demands through to 2015.
He said its high quality furnishings, spacious and light filled interiors, quality artwork, modern and timeless interior design and easily extendable building structure, meant it would remain contemporary for years to come and be well placed for future expansions.

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