Koch + Partner (K+P) and Gauff Ingenieure have submitted final designs for new passenger terminals at four airports in Tanzania.
The Tanzania Airports Authority is considering a two-storey building for Kigoma (a regional airport), and single-floor designs for domestic airports serving Shinyanga, Sumbawanga, and Tabora. All terminal building types have a similar outer appearance and design.
K+P is responsible for the design of the new Terminal 2 satellite at Munich Airport and it has conducted masterplanning there since the 1970s. It has also successfully prepared land-use studies and undertaken master planning studies outside Germany. The company has worked in China (Hangzhou, Qingdao, Quing Huang Dao, and Urumqi) and in Africa (the airports of Douala and Yaoundé-Nsimalen in Cameroon, as well as Gaborone, Botswana).
Other projects include a study for the refurbishment of Medina Airport in Saudi Arabia; work on the first multistorey car park at Athens International Airport, Greece; and reconstruction of Terminals A and C at Hannover Airport, Germany.
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