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Sayı: 58 - Aralık 2018

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Sabiha Gökçen Airport Additional Building Expansion


Project Location: Turkey/ Istanbul/ Pendik
Employer: ISG Uluslararası Havalimanı Yatırım Yapım ve İşletme A.Ş.
Contractor: Nivak Danışmanlık veMimarlık San. Tic. Ltd.Şti.
Architectural Design:Partnership of Tekeli-Sisa Mimarlık Doğan Tekeli- Dilgün Saklar- Mehmet Çakırkaya
Steel Contractor: Nest Çelik Yapı Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş.
Structural Design:Arup Mühendislik ve Müşavirlik Ltd. Şti.
Construction Period: 2017-2018
Construction Type: Reinforced Concrete and Steel Construction
Total Construction Area: 25440 m²

 Project Location: Turkey/ Istanbul/ Pendik
Employer: ISG Uluslararası Havalimanı Yatırım Yapım ve İşletme A.Ş.

Contractor: Nivak Danışmanlık veMimarlık San. Tic. Ltd.Şti.

Architectural Design:Partnership of Tekeli-Sisa Mimarlık Doğan Tekeli- Dilgün Saklar- Mehmet Çakırkaya

Steel Contractor: Nest Çelik Yapı Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş.

Structural Design:Arup Mühendislik ve Müşavirlik Ltd. Şti.

Construction Period: 2017-2018

Construction Type: Reinforced Concrete and Steel Construction

Total Construction Area: 25440 m²

 

The need for expanding the terminal building arose in Sabiha Gokcen International Airport due to rapidly increasing passenger needs and the additional building expansion was designed by Tekeli Sisa Mimarlik Partnership. In line with the existing Sabiha Gokcen Airport, the structure was designed with interpreting the same approach in parallel to changing times and new demands and with the principle of continuity with the previous project concept in mind.

New terminal block acts as a boarding airbridge and was constructed to the east of the existing main terminal in the area shown in the present expansion project.

This block to be used for domestic flights consists of a total of four main floors being the basement, private plane floor, arrivals and departures in addition to a mezzanine floor for mechanical areas. With a construction area of 25.440,00 m², the structure includes a basement for baggage handling as per requirements.

Four departure and two arrival airbridges are located in arrivals and departures floors in two airbridge groups. On Private Planes floor, ten departure exits and four arrival entrances are located in addition to parking space for the buses to transport the passengers to and from the planes.

It is planned to transfer passangers to future facilities to be built to increase the existing passenger capacity by APM (Automated People Mover). Therefore, spaces were reserved in design for tunnel connection to be used for passenger travel following the commissioning of the APM system.

In departures floor; passenger waiting areas, escalators to private planes floor, a disabled lift and moving walkway are provided. Passengers can board the planes through a total of four airbridges consisting of two airbridges from two separate connections. Each fixed transfer structure where fixed and movable airbridges connect to serves two planes. Furthermore, commercial cafe areas are located between departures passenger waiting areas.

Galleries designed on this floor and highceiling lounges on the private planes floor give a spacious feeling. Glass balustrades up to the ceiling provide security between departure and arrival passengers. With this solution, different perspectives and viewpoints are allowed for arrival and departure passengers while providing striking and commodious spaces are formed.

In private plane lounges at the apron level; ten double departure exits and passenger waiting lounges are located. Passenger demands are met with commercial cafe areas also provided between waiting areas on this floor.

Passengers approaching the terminal from planes parked farther from the terminal enter the building through four arrival entrances and reach the baggage claim area in the existing building.

In order to allow for higher ceilings with spacious areas on the floor where departure lounges for planes parked farther from the terminal, arrival corridor was located towards the inner part of the structure in order to form galleries. With this solution, different perspectives for arrival and departure passengers were allowed in the waiting areas in departure lounges having busy and rapid passenger traffic while visually striking, rich and spacious spaces were formed.


Çelik Yapılar - Sayı: 58 - Aralık 2018



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