New Airport Project Awarded – ACC / TAV 2013

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Terminal 5 Construction
Commencement Date : 2013
Estimated Completion Date : 2014

Facts & Figures:
Terminal building Area : 100.000 m2
Terminal design capacity : 14,000,000 passengers per year
Passenger boarding bridges : 16 (8 Multi aircraft ramp system)
Pier structure lenght : 460 m 
Car park capacity : 3,000 cars (90,000 m2)
Total construction period : 18 months (est.)

TAV – ACC Joint Venture, led by TAV Construction; has been awarded by General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) to design and build Terminal 5 at the King Khaled International Airport.

The King Khaled Airport Terminal-5 project involves a 100,000 square meter passenger terminal and various auxiliary facilities. The project also covers a 90,000 square meter and 3,000 vehicle capacity multi-story car park, airport operation center building, PCP building, fire station building, supply building, airside gate building, apron, the elevated roads and infrastructure work that will connect Terminal-5 to the existing terminals.

The design of King Khaled Airport Terminal 5 stands out as a project that will be completed at international standards, satisfy user requirements and display suitability to the local culture, as in all TAV Construction projects. Whilst Terminal-5 will enrich the passenger experience at Riyadh Airport with its authentic architectural design, it will also provide integration with existing terminals in terms of architecture and operations.


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2 Responses to New Airport Project Awarded – ACC / TAV 2013

  1. Paul Chan/Hong Kong says:

    From the pictures shown above, it appears the design of the airport may not be fully workable. Hence the design, and the function of the terminal will be subject to claims by the Client. I have about 30 years of experience in contract claims in various construction.

  2. Doğal taş mermer kendi ocaklarımızdan uygulamalı iş yapabilirim

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