Boryspil Airport - Japan Airport Consultants / Dogus-Alarco

New Terminal 'D' at Boryspil International airport
Kyiv, Ukraine

The existing terminal B was built in 1965 and reconstructed to handle up to 1,600 passengers an hour in 2005. However, Ukraine’s geographical position and economic development have made even faster growth a likely prospect. The new terminal D ultimately accommodates more than 2,000 passengers an hour, bringing the total Boryspil capacity to an annual 3.5 million passengers. In a major contribution to the airport’s comprehensive modernization project, Bilfinger Tebodin worked on the new Terminal D as a contractor of Japan Airport Consultants.

As general designer, Bilfinger Tebodin carried out the conceptual and basic design and was also responsible for the tender specifications and procurement assistance. In the next phase of the project, Bilfinger Tebodin was selected by Turkish Construction Consortium Dogus-Alarco for the execution of detail design (architectural and civil parts and Master Plan), adaptation of mechanical and electrical parts of detail design, and co-ordination of the overall design works.

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