Transform the operations at your airport

Discover how to optimise your airport operations to drive significant improvements in efficiency and team productivity.

The airport challenge

Airports are dynamic and fast-paced. They are incredibly complex operating environments, with onsite teams responsible for managing vast amounts of plant and equipment across terminals. Up to 70% of an airport’s operational budget is consumed by HVAC and up to a third of that is often wasted on poor performance.

Owners and operators of domestic and international airports are under pressure to balance the following priorities and more.
Monitor plant and equipment, responding to such issues as excessive cooling or heating
Adjust equipment performance to reflect peaks and troughs in terminal foot traffic
Achieve sustainability targets cost effectively
Deliver a compelling and safe customer experience
Maintain a profitable site for superior investor returns

Efficient operation of airports just got a whole lot easier

The PEAK Platform empowers airport operations teams to work smarter and more collaboratively - enabling them to better adapt to the needs of a dynamic terminal environment.

The technology provides real-time information and data-driven insights around the operational performance of airports, while digitising workflows for the accelerated resolution of critical tasks. This drives measurable improvement in energy efficiency, thermal comfort, equipment lifecycle and contractor engagement.

Why CIM's PEAK Platform?

Discover why so many of the global leaders in office management have chosen the PEAK Platform to run their properties better.

Enables agile and strategic site operations

The platform provides real-time data and insights to optimally adjust plant operation in response to key factors such as foot traffic, opening hours and weather conditions. By providing a detailed analysis of building usage and load patterns, you can safely adjust equipment time schedules to match demand and streamline costs.

Supports an excellent customer experience

The PEAK Platform can be used to understand the thermal comfort rating in each area within an airport and identify any inconsistencies. Digitised workflows enable  thermal comfort issues to be proactively resolved before they lead to a tenant complaint or customer inconvenience. This ensures a comfortable and safe environment for all.

Builds resilience and mitigates risk

The platform positions your airport to absorb market shocks and continue to deliver long-term returns by streamlining building operations and expenditure. Deploying a data-driven maintenance approach minimises wasted time and money endlessly troubleshooting problems. An efficiently managed airport attracts improved valuation, revenue and investor interest.

Supercharges net zero and sustainability efforts

Airports become resource-efficient and environmentally responsible through data-driven insights and improved workflows which maximise operational efficiency and rapidly reduce energy consumption. Efficiently run airports with smaller carbon footprints achieve better sustainability ratings, meet their ESG goals, and deliver long-term value to shareholders and tenants.

Don't just take our word for it

Hear from one of our satisfied airport customers, Brisbane Airport Corporation, who are applying the power of a data-led approach to their operations at both the International and Domestic Terminals.
"As optimism around travel continues to ramp up, our ability to maintain a smooth operating environment will become increasingly critical. Proactively picking up on faults through continuous monitoring will allow us to meet our ambitious sustainability targets while servicing a growing visitor base with minimal disruption.”
Kevin Blazely
Building Asset and Maintenance Manager, Brisbane Airport Corporation
“Brisbane Airport Corporation was pleased to engage CIM to assist with delivering energy savings, optimising building performance and improving our operations through data-driven decisions.”
Ken Hughes
Head of Airport Facilities, Brisbane Airport Corporation