Contractors start work on Tripoli airport

27 August 2008
The joint venture of Turkey’s TAV, Athens-based Consolidated Contractors International Company (CCC), and Brazil’s Odebrecht has started work on the estimated $2bn contract to build two passenger terminals at Tripoli International Airport.

France’s ADPi is the engineering and design consultant, as well as the project manager and supervisor.

The terminals will have a built-up area of 360,000 square metres and will be able to handle up to 20 million passengers a year (MEED 24:8:07).

CCC and TAV are also working on the project to develop Sebha airport, 800km south of Tripoli.

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