Based in Singapore Caspar is a senior airport developer with extensive experience in the aviation industry, encompassing a range of projects from new build airport facilities, optimising existing facilities and operations as well as preparing airports for special events such as the Olympic Games. Educated as a professional architect his focus is on airport Terminal facilities and Aprons including master planning, sizing, facility space programs, processing and performance requirements. He also operates passenger Terminals for special events and Peak operation. He furthermore has been involved in major airport transactions over the last decade such as Athens International Airport, Sydney International Airport and the privatization of the Portuguese Airports of the ANA Group.
Caspar is Director for Aviation with Surbana Jurong Pte in Singapore. He has a leading position for the SJ scope of the extensive Changi East expansion programme such as the 3rd runway, the Terminal 5 building as well as the interconnecting tunnels between today’s Changi West and the future Changi East.
He before held the position as Head of Aviation Asia Pacific for EC Harris / Arcadis for 5 years. Key projects during that period were Beijing’s New International Airport at Daxing, Hong Kong International Airport and KLIA. Furthermore Caspar and his team had extensive involvement in strategic Business Aviation projects such as HKBAC in Hong Kong, Subang KL, Macau, Seletar Singapore and Metrojet’s 10 year business plan.
Before Caspar was Head of Innovation and Development at Athens Int’l Airport. Furthermore, his international consulting team of Athens Int’l Airport advised on major airport projects such as Suvarnabhumi Airport Bangkok, T3 of Singapore’s Changi Airport and Dubai Int’l Airport.
Caspar was a member of the Executive team responsible for the planning and operation of Athens International Airport during the Olympic Games in 2004 and the coordinator for the airport arrival and departure processes of Beijing Capital International Airport for the Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008.