Sheremetyevo International Airport, one of the largest international airports in the Russian Federation, serves more than 40 foreign carriers, in addition to various Russian airlines. Sheremetyevo Airport’s principal carrier is Aeroflot Russian Airlines, the Russian Federation’s largest air carrier, for which Sheremetyevo serves as the base. Initially, the airport had two terminals, Sheremetyevo 1 and Sheremetyevo 2, providing services for domestic and international routes. Aeroflot decided to build a third terminal to serve as Aeroflot’s and its alliances’ international terminal. Terminal 3 has an annual capacity of 12 million passengers. ENKA was awarded the turnkey design and build contract for the project in June 2005.
The terminal building consists of a 6-storey reinforced concrete building. The footprint of the building is 52,000 m2 and the total construction area is 170,000 m2 . The height of the terminal building is 38.5 m, and the roof has a steel structure dome with a diameter of 66 m and a steel main arch with canopies weighing more than 1,800 tons. The building’s facade is composed of glazing, aluminum composite and natural
stone. Apart from the terminal building, major work in the contract includes an apron area of 374,000 m2 ; a multistorey car park for 4,000 cars; a control tower; 12 fixed passenger bridges; various car and bus parks; external facilities, such as a water treatment plant and water supply lines, switch room; infrastructure, including high voltage cable lines, sewage lines, fiber optic cable ducts; construction of the aircraft refueling system, and hard and soft landscaping. Check-in and passport counters and the lounge furniture are also included in the contract work.
Sheremetyevo International Airport, Terminal 3
- Turn-key Engineering
Scope of Work
|6 storey Terminal Building||177,000 m²|
|3 storey Car park Building||332,240 m²|
|Access Roads and Flyovers||88,000 m²|
|Total amount of Concrete||313,732 m³|
|Total amount of Rebar||19,752 tons|
|Excavation and earth removal||420,833 m³|
|Backfill including gravel, sand and crushed|
aggregate, which were all imported
|Flyover bridge||19,750 m²|
LocationMoscow, Russian Federation
- As the existing airport facilities were in operation throughout construction, extra special care had to be taken with regard to safety, environmental protection and security
- The project was conducted with due diligence, taking into consideration compliance with Russian norms and also in accordance with the international (IATA) standards on design and engineering
- Supply and installation of all of the existing utilities (including provision of power, cold & hot water supply) beyond the site borders were also included in the General Contractor’s Scope of Works
- The refueling system and its connections were included in the General Contractor’s Scope of Works and all works including installation, testing and commissioning were conducted while the main systems of the airport was operational for other terminals
- Permanent flyovers and access roads to and from the terminal and construction of all connections were conducted without any disturbance to the existing traffic to/from the running terminals.