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New airport terminal in Santiago de Compostela - Spain | Europe

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Isolux Corsán is building the new terminal at Lavacolla Airport (Santiago de Compostela), designed by architects Alberto Noguerol and Pilar Díez, in collaboration with the Initec engineering studio.

The new Santiago airport building will handle 4m passengers.

The new building will have the capacity to manage over 4 million passengers and a total of 44,700 aircraft a year.

This new facility is divided into two main bodies: the processing building and the dyke building, in a "Y" shape.  These buildings are rounded off with a carpark, with a capacity for a total of 3,665 vehicles, between private cars and rental cars.

The new Lavacolla terminal is designed to handle 3,200 passengers during peak times and to manage 27 aircraft operations per hour.  

The building work has used reinforced concrete pillars, sheet metal roof, curtain wall glazing, Galician granite flooring - except in the technical area - and spaces with layered metal ceilings.

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New airport terminal in Santiago de Compostela
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  • Business category: Infrastructure Construction
  • Location: Santiago de Compostela | Spain
  • Capex: €27.5m
  • Lead time: 26 months
  • Capacity: 27 operations/hour
  • Surface area of terminal building: 74,230 m2
  • Surface area of carpark: 150,400 m2

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