Oslo Airport T2 project
Oslo Airport Gardermoen (OSL) is Norway’s main airport. The airport was opened in 1998, and was originally built for 17 million of passengers a year.
In 2014 almost 24 million passengers travelled to and from the airport. The large growth in traffic requires extensions, and this is addressed by the Terminal 2 (T2) project. ÅF Advansia is responsible for the planning and management of the project for Avinor. Avinor is the owner of Oslo Airport Gardermoen.
One of the contracts related to the T2 project is the ICT project (“U5”), which ÅF AdvansIT has the Project Manager role for. The project is responsible for the implementation the ICT infrastructure together with Avinor IT, and includes establishment of 100 IT rooms and cabling, procurement, commissioning and hand-over of the network (more than 12.000 fixed and wireless data outlets), telephony and more. In addition, extension of a number of airport operational systems such as physical access control, camera surveillance, traffic, PA and security systems are included in the project delivery. The ICT project has a budget of 340 million NOK.