Tenders floated for Kuwait Airport Phase 3 development work

Spread over a 1.3mln sq m area, the project is located between the eastern and western runways

  
Photo Taken In Kuwait, As Salimiyah. Image used for illustrative purposes.

Photo Taken In Kuwait, As Salimiyah. Image used for illustrative purposes.

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Kuwait's Central Agency for Public Tenders (CAPT) has floated tenders for the construction and maintenance of the parking lots and aircraft runways and service buildings at the new passenger terminal within Phase Three of the Kuwait International Airport project.

Spread over a 1.3 million sq m area, the project is located between the eastern and western runways and extends from the new passenger building 2 and consists of aircraft parking and runway linked to the existing runways of Terminal 2, air services and service tunnels associated with the main building in addition to a power plant, reported Arab Times, citing the Ministry of Public Works.
 
Once completed, the project will include service buildings that contain waste management facilities, facilities for storing goods, facilities for the Ministry of Interior, Customs Control, an area for lost luggage, an underground water tank and passenger escalators, said the report.
Work began on Phase Two of the car parking building as part of the ministry’s new passenger building project at Kuwait International Airport (T2) in August, and within the airport work plan, the three phases are to be completed simultaneously, it added.

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