A joint venture between ECG Engineering Consultant Group and NACO Netherlands Airport Consultants was formed to complete the project, which covered the design and construction supervision of a building annexed to Terminal 1.
The transit hall is located at the airside overlooking the apron and runway 16-34, bounded from the south by the “check-in” hall, from the east by hall No. 2 and from the west by the white hall and the arrival gate. The building is a light metal structure with metal roof installed over the roof of the existing transit hall having a glass façade creating a pleasant environment and spacious lounges which are now called the new transit hall. The building is composed of a ground floor, mezzanine and first floor.
The ground floor contains the main access doors, bar, cafeteria, main duty-free shops, scattered boutiques, vertical circulation to other levels, transit/transfer facilities and passengers lounges.
The mezzanine contains business/ first class lounges (overlooking the first floor), museum, toilets and vertical circulation. The lounges in all levels as well as the restaurant overlook the apron.
The first floor contains open lounges (seating capacity of around 1,000 persons), kiosks, banks, public toilets and vertical circulation to other levels.
- Civil Works
- Communications and security systems
- Conceptual design
- Construction management
- Detailed design
- Tender Action
- Tender documents
Cairo Airport Company (CAC)
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