Projet de construction d’un parking à plusieurs étages pour l’aéroport international de Koweït, Koweït

Construction du projet de construction du parking à plusieurs étages de l’aéroport international de Koweït

As part of its wider work in Kuwait, Limak is responsible for the Kuwait International Airport Multi-Storey Car Park Building project. Set to transform the Kuwait International Airport landscape, the project will include various new features including greater parking capacity for approximately 4,747 cars, the creation of 24 passenger elevators, 24 walking lanes, 48 escalators, and bridges providing an entry and exit point to the KIA-T2 Building.

The contract for the “Multi-Storey Car Park Building, Connection Roads, Bridges and Environmental Landscape Works Construction Project”, the second package tender of the Kuwait International Airport construction, was signed with the Kuwait Ministry of Public Works on 09.07.2020. Package 2: The Multi-Storey Car Park Building Project is located at Kuwait International Airport, 15 kilometers south of Kuwait City. Package 2 works are located south of the New Terminal 2 Building under construction and between two operational runways.The Multi-Storey Car Park Building project has 380 parking spaces reserved for VIPs and senior staff, in addition to a car park capacity of approximately 4,747 vehicles distributed over three basements and a mezzanine floor. The approximate residential area of the project is 120,395,833 square meters, and the approximate construction area is 325,000 square meters.

In the project, which includes two shelters of 10,397 square meters, each with three escape tunnels, there are 3 rainwater storage tanks with a capacity of approximately 10 thousand cubic meters and a capacity of approximately 6 thousand cubic meters, a waste water treatment plant with a capacity of 2x2,500 cubic meters/day and a storage building of 4,000 square meters. 

Within the scope of Kuwait International Airport Package 2, approximately 459 thousand square meters of environmental landscaping is planned, 174.604 square meters of hard landscaping and 260,889 square meters of asphalt pavement will be made.

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