Recently, the first platform foundation of the main terminal of Bandaranaike International Airport in Sri Lanka, a development company of the Sixth Bureau, was successfully poured, marking the official entry into the construction phase of the Sri Lanka project.
In order to ensure the smooth pouring of the first platform, the project department has repeatedly optimized the construction organization plan, rationally organized the construction, strictly implemented the first-piece system of the project, and made a good model to lead the way. In the process of pouring the cap, the installation of steel bars, the reinforcement of the formwork, the pouring of concrete and related tests were strictly debugged and controlled, and the segregation of concrete was avoided by layered pouring and controlling the free fall height of the concrete.
Since the project team entered the site for construction, all project staff have waited and prepared meticulously. It took only three days from the signing of the contract to the pouring of the first concrete cap of the main terminal building, setting a construction record for the project department. As an important part of the engineering bureau's "overseas breakthrough" strategy, this project is of great significance to the engineering bureau's deepening of overseas markets and the launch of the CSCEC brand. As the contractor, the development company will give full play to the professional advantages of overseas housing construction, adhere to quality performance, and strive to build a first-class international airport in South Asia.
The Bandaranaike International Airport project is located about 30 kilometers north of Colombo, the capital of Sri Lanka, with a total construction area of about 280,000 square meters. The work includes the expansion of the T2 terminal, the new P2, P3 corridors and corridors, and related auxiliary buildings. (Multi-storey parking plant, electric room, water pump room, etc.). After the completion of the project, the airport's passenger flow handling capacity will be increased from 6 million people/year to 15 million people/year, which will greatly improve the conditions of Sri Lanka's civil aviation, which will greatly help the development of Sri Lanka's tourism industry and the improvement of the national economy.
This project is the first cooperation between China State Construction Engineering Co., Ltd.(CSCEC) and Dacheng Construction Co., Ltd. in a third country market. It is of far-reaching significance to the engineering bureau's deepening of the South Asian market, and further highlights the international influence of the engineering bureau's brand. As the contractor, the development company will give full play to the professional advantages of overseas housing construction, adhere to quality performance, and strive to build a first-class international airport in South Asia.