Discover the secrets of the new Kathmandu domestic terminal

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2015, ADP Ingénierie signed design contract with the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) on the extension of Katmandu airport.

Our team of architects realized the review of the 2010-2028 Airport Master Plan, the Preliminary Design and Detailed Design of the Passenger Terminal buildings (new ITB of 90,000 m² and conversion of the existing ITB into a DTB), of the Cargo building extension, of maintenance hangars, of the VVIP building, of the fuel farm and all associated infrastructure (airside: aprons, taxiways, taxilanes, service roads; landside: access roads, carpark, sewage treatment plant, etc.).

Bruno Mary, architect at ADP Ingénierie (ADPI), talks about the challenges of the case and explains the reflection behind this emblematic project. Discover how the new terminal will fit in perfectly with its environment and how the surrounding forest will be preserved.

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