Substructure Tender Process Begins for ‘Biggest Airport in the World’
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Substructure Tender Process Begins for ‘Biggest Airport in the World’

Al Maktoum International aims for 130 million passengers per annum in first phase

Dubai Aviation Engineering Projects (DAEP) has officially embarked into the tendering of the Substructure mega project for Al Maktoum International Airport expansion, in preparation for its award during the first quarter of the year 2019.

The Substructure package; which is considered the largest project of its kind worldwide, consists of construction works related to the foundations, basement walls, tunnels, columns, slabs on grade and apron slabs of the first Concourse (2.7 km long), the West Terminal Building, the Short Term Car Park and the Staff Car Park.

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DAEP commenced this week interviewing all joint-ventures and consortium formed by leading local and international contractors specifically for this job, in order to shortlist those who are prequalified to be invited for the tender which will go out soon.

DAEP is fully committed to deliver a large scale airport designed with the capacity to serve the long term demands of the aviation sector of Dubai while providing the highest level of services and incorporating the most up-to date innovative technologies, with a vision for Dubai to become the aviation capital of the world.

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