Bechtel India seals Noida airport deal with Tata Projects
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Bechtel India seals Noida airport deal with Tata Projects

Bechtel Engineering and Construction India has secured a contract from Tata Projects to support the delivery of the new Noida International Airport in Uttar Pradesh.

Tata Projects recently secured an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from Yamuna International Airport Pvt Ltd, an arm of Zurich Airport International. The scope of work includes the construction of the terminal, runways and airside infrastructure, roads, utilities, landside facilities, and ancillary buildings.

Bechtel India said it is looking forward to supporting the construction of this “exciting and ambitious airport”.

This is Bechtel’s first association with an airport in India, though last year it became an integrated delivery partner for the Dublin Airport’s capital investment programme. Its scope of work included offering additional capacity and capability to the airport over the coming five years to support the programme.

The new airport at Noida is projected to have an annual passenger handling capacity of 12 million by 2024.

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Bechtel Engineering and Construction India has secured a contract from Tata Projects to support the delivery of the new Noida International Airport in Uttar Pradesh. Tata Projects recently secured an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from Yamuna International Airport Pvt Ltd, an arm of Zurich Airport International. The scope of work includes the construction of the terminal, runways and airside infrastructure, roads, utilities, landside facilities, and ancillary buildings. Bechtel India said it is looking forward to supporting the construction of this “exciting and ambitious airport”. This is Bechtel’s first association with an airport in India, though last year it became an integrated delivery partner for the Dublin Airport’s capital investment programme. Its scope of work included offering additional capacity and capability to the airport over the coming five years to support the programme. The new airport at Noida is projected to have an annual passenger handling capacity of 12 million by 2024.Also Read Tata Projects begins runway construction at Jewar airportNoida International Airport appoints ICAD Holding as MSI consultant

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