Gerard van der Veer is Director of Airport Building Design, Netherlands. Gerard has architectural expertise, primarily in airport design and functional analysis, and specializes in airport passenger simulations and wayfinding.
Having worked at NACO for over 20 years, Gerard has held the role of Director of Airport and Planning for every project that the company has been involved in at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol


  • Responsible for all projects conducted at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. Recent projects include the design of the new terminal area, new train station entrance and the implementation of central security
  • Stationed in Hong Kong as a member of the design team creating a new wayfinding system for both Chek Lap Kok Airport and parts of the Mass Transport Railway Corporation
  • Project Architect responsible for passenger flow simulation for the airport master plan for King Abdulaziz International Airport, Saudi Arabia
  • Stationed at Subic Bay International Airport in the Philippines as a member of the design team creating the airport’s master plan

Gerard holds an MSc in Architectural Engineering.