International Airport In Philippines



The project is located in Philippines where the main aim is to create a major gateway and accommodate the growing traffic. GMWM was invited to enter to the D&B tender together with an international construction and project management team.

The first phase of the development project comprises design of the New Terminal Building & Ancillary Facilities, car park, landside connection roads, aircraft parking apron and airside service roads. Design solutions meet all of the critical design parameters such as integration, passenger circulation, safety & security, operational efficiency, flexibility and adaptability, revenue generation, energy efficiency and local factors. 

The modular design allows the building components to be prefabricated resulting in a faster and more economical method of construction.

The proposed general arrangement of the interior of the terminal satisfies the required space standards and the levels of service stipulated by the design brief. The processing areas and equipment have all been planned to achieve the optimum operational efficiency. 
The design is a circa 110,000sqm composed of rectangular 'processor' building and an adjoining 950m linear pier structure. All passenger processes and arrivals corridor on ground level and duty free shops in addition to international departures gates on first level are separated. 
Within the building interior, the cladding materials will be generally of warm colour. Wood and bamboo, commonly seen in Philippine tropical environment, will be used against the visually contrasting smooth back-painted glass to create a contemporary building interior with a sense of belonging to its location.

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