Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago de Chile (Chile)
Technical assistance in BIM for the engineering services of the Extra Low Voltage systems of the new Terminal 2 of the Santiago de Chile Airport and the PAP drinking water and PAS sewage plants.
- Construction management
The new terminal has a surface area of 175,000 m2 and consists of 6 buildings (T2C,T2E,T2D,T2F,T2M,T1A). These buildings are organized through a central nucleus, where users can carry out airport formalities, and different jetties, which are the extensions of the central building where the boarding lounges are located and the aircraft are parked.
The technical assistance service in BIM includes public address systems, video surveillance, access control, multi-service networks, IP telephony and Wifi points. And at the water level, the scope of the work of the PAP includes the modification of the impulsion and suction networks and the growth of the pressurization and disinfection system; and as for the PAS, it includes the growth of the preliminary treatment for the separation of physical solids and the construction of an additional equalizer tank for desanding and degreasing.