Amsterdam Schiphol Airport- European tender for multi-storey car park

The upward trend in the number of air passengers meant that the capacity of the existing long-stay car park needed to be increased. Schiphol asked Spark to take care of the European tender.

Photo: Spark - Signing of contract by Schiphol and Ballast Nedam

The existing P3 long-stay parking area at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport consisted of an off road, ground level parking area. In the long term, with the continuing upward trend in the number of passengers, parking demand was predicted to be as high as 10,000 places. This additional capacity could only be partly realised on ground level. It was therefore decided to choose for a phased implementation of a multi-storey facility.

Schiphol asked Spark to take care of the European tender for the design, construction and implementation (Design & Build) of a multi-story car park with parking spaces for 2,500 vehicles.

Spark supplied consultancy and support services to Schiphol’s project team, including:

  • Selection of guidelines and criteria
  • Tender instructions
  • Assessment of tenders
  • Contract award criteria
  • Product and process requirements
  • Meet-ups with bidders
  • Provisional acceptance
  • Verification procedure
  • Definite acceptance and contract formation

Schiphol successfully contracted a party for the design, construction and implementation of the first phase extension of its P3 car park.