Singapore airport awards contract to build Terminal 4

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Changi airportSingapore’s Changi Airport has awarded a contract worth $782 million to Takenaka Corporation, one of the largest architecture, engineering and construction firm in Japan, for the construction of the new Terminal 4, the group said on December 26.

Construction is expected to start in the first quarter of 2014 and to be completed in 2017. The contract has been awarded following a tender that saw five companies submitting proposals. Construction work will include the development of a new passenger terminal building, with a planned capacity of 16 million passenger movements per year.

It will also involve the construction of a multi-story car park, an open-air car park with up to 1,500 parking spaces and a two-story holding area for taxis to pick up arriving passengers. A bridge will also be built to enable buses and other vehicles to move from the new terminal to remote aircraft stands being built at a land plot south of Terminal 3.

Takenaka Corporation has been involved in the upgrading of Terminal 2 in 2006 and that of Terminal 1 in 2012, respectively. Changi Airport is planning to expand its capacity as travel demand in the region continues to grow.

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Singapore’s Changi Airport has awarded a contract worth $782 million to Takenaka Corporation, one of the largest architecture, engineering and construction firm in Japan, for the construction of the new Terminal 4, the group said on December 26.

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Changi airportSingapore’s Changi Airport has awarded a contract worth $782 million to Takenaka Corporation, one of the largest architecture, engineering and construction firm in Japan, for the construction of the new Terminal 4, the group said on December 26.

Construction is expected to start in the first quarter of 2014 and to be completed in 2017. The contract has been awarded following a tender that saw five companies submitting proposals. Construction work will include the development of a new passenger terminal building, with a planned capacity of 16 million passenger movements per year.

It will also involve the construction of a multi-story car park, an open-air car park with up to 1,500 parking spaces and a two-story holding area for taxis to pick up arriving passengers. A bridge will also be built to enable buses and other vehicles to move from the new terminal to remote aircraft stands being built at a land plot south of Terminal 3.

Takenaka Corporation has been involved in the upgrading of Terminal 2 in 2006 and that of Terminal 1 in 2012, respectively. Changi Airport is planning to expand its capacity as travel demand in the region continues to grow.

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