The 1st Midfield Satellite Building, South Tunnel Extension, and Automatic People Mover (APM) System for Suvarnabhumi Airport Development Project.
Suvarnabhumi Airport, Samutprakarn
Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT PCL)
Project Value :
Baht 40,000 million
Commencement and Completion :
May 2013 - March 2014
Project scope :
The AOT aims to increase a capacity of the existing airport facility by adding the midfield satellite concourse building or Satellite -1 to existing terminal complex. MAA and its consortium partners were engaged to provide consultancy services for the design of the project consists of the
following facilities; The 1st Midfield Satellite (SAT-1) has total floor area approximately 216,000 square meters with 28 contact gates, 8 of which were designed to
accommodate Code F aircraft (A-380) and 20 for Code E aircraft (B-747). Apron and taxiways around SAT-1 building were designed to accommodate 28 aircraft stands, covering the area approximately 960,000 square meters. Extension of the existing
South Tunnel, the Automated People Mover (APM), the Airside Roads A further extension of the “South
Tunnel” will be designed and constructed to provide
a connection between the end of the tunnel which was constructed in Phase 1
and SAT-1 building.
The tunnel is extended under the apron and southern taxiway of SAT-1 building to accommodate the Baggage Handling System (BHS), with a
total length of approximately 700 meters. An Automated People Mover
(APM) was designed to be the transportation system which transports passengers between main terminal building (MTB) and Sat-1 building. The Baggage Handling System runs along the tunnel
extended under an apron and southern taxiway of SAT-1 building.
Providing services include:
- • Reviewed Unit Conceptual Design (UCD) and
prepared conceptual design for the
project, including study of construction impact to the current airport
- • Assisted in preparing airport
planning for the Satellite building and Satellite apron with 2nd cross taxiways
- • Carried out preliminary
design and detailed design include outline specifications and preliminary cost
- • Prepared tender documents include tender drawings, technical specifications, bill of
quantities, instruction to tenderers, conditions of contract, etc.
- • Conducted study and provided advice on construction planning, including construction methodology,
construction schedule, constructability, value engineering, etc.
- • Provided post design services
include assist in tendering process, tender evaluation, clarification of
design and technical issues during construction phase
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