Marsa Alam, Egypt
Berenice International Airport consists of a corridor with a length of 3650 meters and a width of 60 meters, an apron that can take up to 8 aircrafts and a terminal that can take up to 600 passengers per hour. The airport also includes a 58 m-high control tower and 47 technical, administrative and service buildings. The airport was established at a 2,310 billion EGP cost.
This airport is of a great importance as this region is rich with tourist destinations and has a unique location on the Red Sea coast.
SCOPE OF SERVICE
• Structural Design Façade Curtain walling systems.