Infrastructure Engineering > Air Transport Facilities
International Terminal
Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi Structural services for a two level terminal with a built up area of 64000 sqm and a capacity to handle three and a half million passengers per annum. The building has 16m to 26m spans which have been created with reinforced concrete box girders. An integral flyover takes departing passengers to second floor level. There are eight aero bridges attached to the terminal.
International Terminal and
Expansion of Domestic Terminal Hyderabad Airport
Architectural and Engineering Services for the design and construction of the new international wing and remodeling and expansion of existing terminal buildings at Hyderabad airport. The total built up area is 21000 Sqm and cost of project is approx. Rs. 40 crores. CPWD provided construction management services. The buildings were completed in 1998. Airport has been designed to meet domestic and international traffic growth requirement’s up to the year 2020 AD. The ultimate passenger handling capacity is 3000 domestic (arrival and departure) and 600 International. Facilities provided include four aerobridges, escalators, flyover to first floor for departing passengers, spacious departure and arrival concourses, adequate airline backup offices, numerous check in counters and security booths, viewers gallery, well furnished arrival and departure lounges, a restaurant & spacious Car Park.
Detailed Project Report for New Airport at Khurik in Spiti Valley, Himachal Pradesh.
The proposed site is located at an altitude of about 3661 m.. The site is surrounded by high mountain ranges on all sides and is located at a distance of 434 km by road from Shimla and 242 km from Manali.
A runway strip of 2200m x 150m was considered adequate because of the high altitude and very high summer temperatures. The estimated works cost is Rs. 51.78 crores.
The high altitude and high temperature conditions imposed a load penalty on the suitable aircraft available for the operations
in this type of terrain.This permitted only a minimal pay load. Hence, construction of an airport does not become commercially viable at this location. The Project Report is under consideration by the Himachal Pradesh Government.

 

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