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Expansion of Abu Dhabi Airport - Midfield Terminal Complex

Last Updated: Mar 1, 2011

Client | Supervision Committee for Expansion of the Abu Dhabi International Airport (SCADIA)  
Actual Value: 6.8bn USD
Expansion of Abu Dhabi Airport - Midfield Terminal Complex.
Expansion of Abu Dhabi Airport - Midfield Terminal Complex.
Contractors | Main Contractor: National Services and Contracting Company (NSCC) (Piling Works)
 
Consultants | Main Consultant: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) (Architect)
Main Consultant: Skidmore Owings and Merrill (SOM) (Master Plan)
Main Consultant: Parsons
Main Consultant: Arup
 
Country | United Arab Emirates 
Category | Infrastructure 
Project Type | Airports 
Project Duration | From:   Q2 2009 Actual
To:        Q2 2014 Actual
Status | Construction  
Scope | The new terminal complex will be capable of handling 20 million passengers a year. The complex will initially have more than 45 gates, and will eventually expand to more than 58 gates to cope with anticipated growth. The expansion will also include construction of 20,000 to 25,000 square meters of retail and food & beverage area, roughly equivalent to the ground floor of Marina Mall in Abu Dhabi and a covered parking for 3,000 cars. The development will also include a three star transit hotel inside the terminal complex and arrivals hotel within the grounds of the airport and a brand-name hotel in adjacent business park.  
Schedule | Supervision Committee for Expansion of the Abu Dhabi International Airport (SCADIA) has invited prequalified consortiums to submit bids for the main construction contract by 20th July 2011.  
Remark | Abu Dhabi International Airport's new terminal complex expresses the vision of the rulers of Abu Dhabi, the best the UAE and Abu Dhabi have to offer - hospitality, excellent service, spectacular adventure and a welcoming oasis, imbued with a pride and personality unique to its people and its location.  

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