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→ 82 | Berlin Brandenburg Airport → Annual Report 2011 Fire stations Two new fire stations have been built for Berlin Brandenburg Airport: Fire Station West and Fire Station East. Both of the fire stations are close to completion and have been ready for use during operational trials since the end of November 2011. Fire Station West houses the dispatch rooms specific to the fire brigade and parking buildings for large vehicles, the fire brigade management office, the airport control centre, the emergency services office, the security management office and the control centre for technology. Fire Station East serves primarily as fire protection for the terminal besides fire-fighting for aircraft. Security building In March 2011, FBB joined Deutsche Anlagen-Leasing GmbH & Co. KG, the German Federal Police and customs at the topping-off ceremony for the new security building at Berlin Brandenburg Airport. When operation at BER commences, the building will be used jointly by airport security, German Federal Police and customs, enabling optimal collaboration. Maintenance hangars at BER The cornerstone for the new airberlin and Germania maintenance hangar at Berlin Brandenburg Airport was laid at the end of March 2011. The hangar has more than 12,000 square metres of floor space and offers enough room for six aircraft like the Airbus A319/A320 models or alternatively two long-haul aircraft like the A330 model. Two-thirds of the floor space will be used by airberlin Technik GmbH, one-third by Germania. Furthermore, Lufthansa Technik had the groundbreaking ceremony for a new maintenance facility at Berlin Brandenburg Airport in June. The hangar will have room for four short- and middle-haul aircraft or for one wide-body aircraft up to the size of an Airbus A340. Air cargo centre at BER In addition, the construction of the AirCargo Center Berlin, the air cargo centre for belly cargo, started at Berlin Brandenburg Airport at the beginning of May 2011. The cargo facility has a total of 12,000 square metres of handling space and 7,000 square metres of office space. The completion of the freight facility is planned for April 2012 and will be ready in time for the operational start-up at BER. Airport City Development of Airport City, the urban service centre of the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport, is far advanced. The city area is characterized by its top location, the high level of quality for your stay and ideal transportation connections. The terminal and the underground railway station can both be reached in just a few minutes’ walk. The appearance of the area is characterised by a pleasing mix of sophisticated architecture and attractive open and

green spaces. The heart of this quarter is the centrally placed Willy-Brandt- Platz; buildings with as many as six storeys can be realised along its borders on construction plots of variable sizes. An office block and the Steigenberger fourstar Superior Hotel will be the first investment properties ready for occupancy in Airport City. B.3 Additional actions and events revolving around BER Business Park Berlin Marketing of Business Park Berlin continued to progress in 2011. About 41 hectares of area have already been sold to investors, and construction is under way. When the new airport begins operation, a hotel and industrial buildings will have been realised. Construction on additional properties is scheduled to begin in 2012. The realisation of the second phase of development has begun and is well advanced. Compensatory and replacement measures The compensatory and replacement measures being carried out by FBB within the scope of the Schoenefeld expansion surround the new airport like a green ribbon. One important component of these compensatory measures – besides the International Work Camp held annually in the Zülowniederung – consists of five parks: the historical estate parks Dahlewitz (Blankenfelde-Mahlow) and Grossziethen (Schoenefeld) were turned over to the municipalities in summer 2011. The three parks Dörferblick, In den Gehren and Am Vogelwäldchen, which are within the city limits of Schoenefeld, were completed in autumn 2011. Art on Architecture The last three of a total of six designs for Art on Architecture at the new Berlin Brandenburg Airport were selected in April 2011. The guiding theme running through all of the designs is “Air – Land” and will be realised at six locations in the new airport. The artists were selected in invitational and open competitions which attracted attention around the world. All of the works of art are supposed to be completed by the opening in June 2012. Chapel and Quiet Room In July 2011, FBB, the Protestant Church Berlin-Brandenburg Silesian Upper Lusatia and the Catholic Church in Berlin, Brandenburg, Mecklenburg-West Pomerania signed the agreement for financing and utilisation of the chapel and Quiet Room in the BER terminal. The chapel and Quiet Room are being built as places of retreat equally welcome to people from all different cultures and religious groups. The two rooms are architecturally identical, but they differ in the specific furnishings. Annual Report 2011 � Berlin Brandenburg Airport | 83 �

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