Transport infrastructure / airports
Rehabilitation, modernization, and expansion of airport facilities and new building facilities at Ioannina international airport, Greece
Client: Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority
Date: 2001 – 2005
Construction costs: approx. € 50 million
The project involves the construction of a new passenger terminal, with a GFA of 10,500 m²; to accommodate 270,000 pax / annum, a new eir traffic control tower and new cargo and fire station buildings, the extension of the airside apron and the landing runway as well as the reorganisation of the landside facilities, including car parks.
OBERMEYER’s assignment embraces the provision of architectural and other related services for the Works Contractor.
OBERMEYER held the position of themanaging partner of a consortium of design companies. OBERMEYER’s scope of work includes the architectural and structural design, the drainage, design and the geodetic surveys. The design process comprises five stages:
- Preliminary Design
- Final Design
- Detailed Design
- Tender Cocuments
- Geodetic (topographical) surveys
- Geotechnical Surveys
– Detailed design for all Civil Works (substructure, superstructure, structures)
- alignment – substructure
- railway superstructure
- retaining walls, culverts
- formation setting
- railway stations and halts, including buildings, platforms, and canopies etc.
- disposal sites / borrow pits
- Design of signalling and telecommunication systems
– Design of electrification system
– Technical Specifications for Interlocking and Communication Equipment.
– Electrification Design
- Technical part (arising from the approved designs)
- Legal part: Procurement Plan, Tender Documents, Prequalification Documents, Evaluation Reports, Special Conditions of FIDIC Contract