INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL BUILDING,TRICHYAIRPORT, TRICHY , TAMILNADU
The firm won the limited competition sponsored by the Airports Authority of India, New Delhi. The proposal is to construct a new Terminal Building adjacent to the Existing Terminal Building. The new Building will be capable of handling 200 incoming and 200 outgoing passengers at peak hours.
It is envisaged that the International Terminal would require around 8000 sqm carpet area. It is proposed that the new Terminal Building shall be provided with at least two Aero- Bridges and an Apron to park three AB 320/737-800 series Air Crafts.
The car parking capacity anticipated is around 300 cars and 5 buses with drivers roomand canteen facility.
INTEGRATED PASSENGER TERMINAL BUILDING, MADURAI AIRPORT, MADURAI, TAMILNADU
The proposal is to construct a New Integrated Passenger Terminal Building capable of handling 250 incoming and 250 outgoing passengers at peak hours.
This Integrated Terminal would cover an area of 18000 sq.mand is expected to cater to the ever increasingAir Traffic in the region.
The Madurai Town is famous for the Meenakshi Temple and its rare sculptures.Due to its strategic location it provides excellent opportunities and function as a hub for both International and Domestic traffic.
The firm won the limited design
competition sponsored by the Airports
Authority of India, New Delhi and the
work is likely to start by the middle of
DOMESTIC PASSENGER TERMINAL BUILDING AT BIJU PATNAIK AIRPORT, BHUBANESWAR, ORISSA
Airport at Bhubaneswar which is named as the Biju Patnaik Airport belongs to the Airports Authority of India. Bhubaneswar is the Capital city ofOrissa and it is located in the Eastern Coastal region of Orissa.
It is envisaged that the newDomestic Terminal would cater for a total of 800 passenger at peak time and would require an area of around 20,000 Sqm. It is proposed that the new terminal building shall be providedwith at least three aero-bridges.
The car parking capacity anticipated is around 250 cars and 100 taxis in addition to 10 buses with drivers room and canteen facilities.
The existing building will continue to
co-exist in its present form. It has been
decided to develop the existing
building as an International Terminal