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Tulcea Airport

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WE ARE ONE OF THE INTERNATIONAL LEADERS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NON RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS

The modernization works of the “Delta Dunării” Airport in Tulcea city are in full swing.

The project includes the modernization and expansion of the passenger terminal, the modernization of the boarding-disembarking platform, and the alpha taxiway (built in 1973), as well as the construction of a platform dedicated to aircraft de-icing/anti-icing activities.

Alsina Romania is supplying our partners for this project with the Alisply Walls formwork systems (500 m2), Mecanoflex (3000 m2), Multiform, and CL Shoring 40 (1100 m2).

For the foundation, Alisply is used in seven pouring stages. The materials used for the foundation are also used for the first floor and two additional floors. For the floor above the first floor, Mecanoflex is used in two pours of 1500 m2 each, and from 1500 m2 up to 4000 m2, CL Shoring 40 with Multiform is used.

For the columns, Alisply Universal with a height of 6 meters is used.

Project Details
Place:
 Tulcea, Romania
Category:
Non residential building
Products:
Alisply Walls, Mecanoflex, Multiform, CL Shoring, Alisply Universal

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