Murmansk Airport Rehabilitation

Murmansk Airport Rehabilitation

Murmansk Region (rehabilitation, new construction)
Design, detailed design
Project period: 2019 – Present
General Designer: Institute Stroyproekt
Contractor: : Federal Unitary Enterprise Civil Airports Administration
Client: Federal Unitary Enterprise Civil Airports Administration


Description

Rehabilitation of the Murmansk Airport — the northernmost international airport in Russia — is part of the national programme for comprehensive modernization and enhancement of main transport infrastructure by 2024.

The project is aimed at increasing the airport capacity and improving the flights safety. It involves construction of new pavement between the central and northern aprons to handle the A-321 type aircrafts and construction of a new taxiway between the aprons and the runway. The project also provides for construction of a rescue station and a perimeter patrol road.

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Technical parameters

Area of new pavement — 32 658 m²

Total area of the apron after reconstruction — 85 166 m²

Area of the new taxiway pavement — 5302 m²

Structural volume of the rescue station — 14 300 m3

Length of the patrol road — 8761 m

Scope of work

  • Reconstruction (widening) of the apron

  • Reconstruction of the taxiway

  • Reconstruction of the drainage system

  • Construction of a rescue station (ARFF)

  • Reconstruction of power supply facilities

  • Construction of a patrol road

  • Reconstruction of the airport perimeter fence and installation of security equipment

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Stroyproekt wins a public tender for rehabilitation design of the Murmansk Airport 04.09.2019 Stroyproekt wins a public tender for rehabilitation design of the Murmansk Airport

Rehabilitation of the Murmansk Airport is part of the federal project for development of regional airports and air routes. The project is included into the national programme for comprehensive modernization and enhancement of main transport infrastructure by 2024 approved by the Russian Government order No 2101-р dated 30 September 2018). 

 
 

 

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