The Macau International Airport (MIA) has released a public tender notice for the design and construction of the south extension of the passenger terminal building at MIA.
“Due to the continuous increase in passengers, the Passenger Terminal Building (PTB) will be extended on the south side,” the tender document explained.
“After the completion of the entire PTB South Extension project, the designed passenger handling capacity is expected to be increased from 7.8 million up to around 10 million. This project will have three new passenger boarding bridges serving multi-centerline parking stands, thus there will be a total of 8 boarding bridges commissioned after completion of the project. The PTB South Extension building will be integrated seamlessly with the current Passenger Terminal Building to provide a uniform, seamless architectural appearance of both the interior and exterior of the building,” the tender document reads.
“A multi-storied Car Park Building will be constructed at the existing MIA South Car Park space during Phase II Works. PTB South Extension Phase III will involve modification and expansion works at the existing VIP Building. These two projects are not included in the scope of this project, but the Contractor shall consider the integration of these two projects into his design and construction for ease of future extension works,” reads the tender document.
According to the tender document, all works should be completed within a period of 20 months.
Source: Macau Daily Times