KKLW has represented Poland's State Enterprise Porty Lotnicze on the takeover of the Radom Airport. According to a Porty Lotnicze press release, “in the place of the old facility, which hasn’t been functional for years now, the new owner intends to build a bigger facility.”
According to KKLW, “at the beginning a terminal ready to serve up to three million passengers per year will be built in Radom together with the concept of modular expansion, to a capacity up to ten million passengers per year.” The terminal is to have about thirty check-in counters, nine security checkpoints, nine departure lobbies and gates, and three baggage carousels. In total, the airport should cover about 30 thousand square meters.
KKLW’s team was led by Michal Kurzynski.