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Annual Report 2013

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This is where the passengers from the non-Schengen areas will arrive in the North Pier. The acceptance procedures with the assessors are currently in progress. Outlook 2014 On the Way to Completing Construction 98 % of BER is complete. The rest will follow in 2014. Passenger terminal Everything in the BER passenger terminal is going on under the sign of “MKT”. This acronym stands for Measures, Costs and Deadlines. The MKT process was tested on the reference areas of the passenger terminal at the end of 2013 and will be applied throughout the entire terminal in 2014. The passenger terminal has been subdivided into 28 construction fields as a way to make the area of approximately 320,000 m² more easily plannable and manageable during construction completion. North Pier The North Pier, which is where the low-cost carriers will be stationed when BER opens, is for all practical purposes complete. The acceptance process with the assessor is now going on. Parallel to this, the cable boxes at the level U1 are being overhauled. In addition, testing and measurement work is being conducted on the fire alarm system and the electro-acoustic emergency warning system. The box for the additional emergency power supply has been built, and the work laying the cable will begin immediately. In addition, Bosch has begun to write and program the fire control matrix. South Pier The construction work on South Pier is starting. The construction of the pier, where airberlin will handle its passengers in the future, is more complex than that of the North Pier because it includes passenger bridges, escalators,

SPRINT to BER | 29 The cables for the rebuilding of the fire protection systems are being relaid in the intermediate ceilings. offices, lounges and a staff canteen. At the moment, the construction work is primarily on the storage area for luggage dropped off in advance and the staff canteen. Work which will start soon includes the clean-up of the ceiling void, the coordination of the modifications of the smoke removal system, the construction of the sprinkler control unit and the winding up of the remaining work by companies. Other properties About 80 other properties will be added to the network step by step during 2014. They include operational service buildings such as the fire brigades, control centres, third-party properties such as hangars, movement areas, and infrastructure and roads. Winding-up work must still be completed or defects must be remedied in some of the properties. With the exception of five properties, the release for utilisation by the Building Authority has been received. Following completion of the construction, the technical operation of the properties will be started and handed over to the operational management of the Airport Company. Remodelling of the North Runway The runway at Schönefeld Airport, which will later be the North Runway of BER, is supposed to be remodelled before the opening of BER so that capacity bottlenecks in the later operation at BER can be avoided. The South Runway at BER must temporarily be utilised so that the construction work can begin. By that time, the residents living adjacent to the South Runway should largely have received noise protection structures or compensation in accordance with the claims adjustments. The Airport Company submitted the application for the remodelling to the Joint Superior Aviation Authority of Berlin-Brandenburg (LuBB) in February 2014. The construction work has been scheduled for spring 2015. Work on the cables in the Main Pier in the area of the future staff canteen. Ventilation ducts are being laid to provide the right ventilation.

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