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Domestic passenger terminal building at Dehra Dun Airport in Uttarakhand.

Project Location : Uttarakhand

Project Description : Construction of domestic passenger terminal building at Dehra Dun Airport in Uttarakhand.

Airport Authority of India (AAI) envisages moderniastion of passenger terminal building at Jolly Grant village, Dehra Dun Airport in Uttarakhand. The project will spread over 7.46 acre of land. The proposed project to expand the existing airport in Dehradun by construction a new terminal building after demolishing the existing terminal building. Also a multilevel car parking and allied facilities are proposed in this phase of expansion. The building is to be provided with aesthetically appealing & soothing interior decoration matching the modern structure. Space planning will be done to ensure that no dead Space/ Area are created in the building. Construction of multilevel car park for at least 500 cars and surface parking for VIP cars &10 buses, Separate car I scooter park area for AAI and airlines staff at appropriate location. Multilevel Car Parking to be made for retailer in car parking area & it has to be developed on Built & Operate System and shall include its space planning and mode/for its operations.

The Airports Authority of India has invited bids for construction of domestic passenger terminal building at Dehra Dun Airport in Uttarakhand.

The estimated value of the project is Rs 344.75 crore with completion period of 25 months.

Project completion date : 2020-04-30 12:00:00


Address : Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan,

Safdarjung Airport,

New Delhi-110003

Country :India

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Publication:Mena Report
Date:Mar 9, 2018
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