Builder of new Madrid and Rome airport terminals gets contract to build Cabo Rojo runway


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Feb 20, 2019

Acciona of Spain was awarded the contract to build the runway, apron (ramp), taxiway, airport parking area for the Pedernales International Airport. The apron is used to accommodate aircraft for purposes of loading or unloading passengers or cargo, refueling, parking or maintenance.

The technical designs for the terminal are still being drafted and the tender for the terminal construction has yet to be called. The airport design was provided by the Dominican Airport Department and is part of the Master Plan for the tourism development of Pedernales by Dominican architect Jose Mella.

El Pais, the Spanish news media, reports that the contract for works to be carried out at the Cabo Rojo International Airport in Pedernales, on the southwestern coast of the Dominican Republic, is for EUR62 million and covers the construction of a 3.1 km runway and parking area for five Boeing...

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