Tbilisi Airport Project has been awarded in World Engineering Architecture and Urban Planning Convention
Tbilisi Airport project, which was designed and constructed by TAV Construction, has been awarded in the 5th Turkish World Engineering Architecture and Urban Planning Convention. The convention was opened by the Minister of Environment and Urban Planning of Turkey Erdogan Bayraktar and TAV received the Urban Planning award with its Tbilisi project among more than 300 projects. “This is a very important award for TAV Georgia and Tbilisi International Airport. Winning in nomination “impact of architectural element on urban structure” means that our terminal won the respect not only in Georgia but all over the world. This prize gives us stimulus to provide our passengers with the best services in Tbilisi International Airport” stated TAV Georgia’s General Manager Mete Erkal. Informing the jury about the project, Architect of the Project and TAV Construction Technical Applications Director Tayfur Ozugurlu stated: “Among Common Wealth of Independence States, Georgia has been growing fast in the civil aviation. In this growth, our projects related to Tbilisi and Batumi airports that we, as TAV Construction, have designed and completed have a significant place. We are very proud to receive this significant award by our Tbilisi Project in this Convention.” Evaluated according to the criteria for the impact of architectural elements on urban structure, Tbilisi is the first project put into practice by TAV Construction Design Group. Tbilisi Airport having terminal buildings covering an area of 24,500 square meter, a car park of 5,570 square meter and an apron area of 47,400 square meters was completed in 13 months and started to be operated by TAV Airports in the beginning of 2007. Evaluated by according to “impact of architectural element on urban structure” criteria, Tbilisi project has received honorable mention award.
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