[Video testimonial] The amazing Geneva Airport, a masterpiece made possible thanks to BIM, Ingérop and RSHP

Ingérop and its partners give life to the amazing airport designed by the famous practice RSHP

When Genève Aéroport decided to replace the old terminal from the 1970s with a positive energy building, in order to reduce its carbon footprint and resolutely anchor the airport in the international dimension of Geneva, Ingérop – a famous French Engineering Services Provider – managed and carried out the project entirely in BIM.

The new building, with a dimension of 20m by 20m and 500m long, is an extremely complex project. The safe flow of passengers and luggages had to be maintained throughout the whole construction process. From the upstream phases of the project, 80 BIM models made it possible to study all the constraints of the project, to discuss with all the stakeholders, to identify all the inconsistencies between the plans and the reality of the site, and to prepare and optimize the operation and maintenance phase.

Discover an overview of this architectural, engineering and construction success with Claude Vian, Head of the Geneva Airport major projects department, Pierre-Alexandre Cot, Director of the Ingérop Structures department, and Nazim Bekkouche, BIM Manager on the Geneva Airport Ingérop project. ​


  • RSHP
  • Atelier d’architecture Jacques Bugna

Engineering office:

  • Ingérop
  • T ingénierie

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