ENSURING FASTER INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

The capital city of Chhattisgarh gleams with pride on its new international airport – Swami Vivekananda Integrated Airport (SVIA) which has bagged the Best Airport of India Award by Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India. Creative Group was awarded this project through a national design competition. The role of the design team was to provide comprehensive architecture and engineering consultancy service for the design of this New Integrated Terminal Building. The planning team envisioned to globalize the airport terminal, to not only create a world class terminal, but, also to direct and integrate the commercial built form into an environmentally sustainable abode. This sophisticated aero dynamic steel structure with large spans provides panoramic view within and outside the terminal building.

The terminal accommodates annually 8,17,600 domestic and international passengers. Segregating the arrival and departing spaces, the new bi-level terminal with an area of 18,500 sq. mtrs. houses two hardstand hold rooms and gates. However, the proposed expansion plan shall facilitate an area of 25,000 sq. mtrs. and four gates catering to the future expanding needs by 2015-2016. The terminal boasting state-of-the-art technology has 20 check-in counters, 3 escalators, 3 lifts, 2 x-ray luggage machines, 3 security check points and 3 baggage conveyor belts. It also has a provision of 15 immigration counters for prospective international flights. The city side development includes elaborate plans for areas specifically dedicated for hard green to a surface car park for 350 cars, 150 taxis, 10 buses, 10 VIP, at a distance of 100m from the terminal. The new terminal building is designed to accommodate 700 passengers, including 200 international fliers hourly.

“ines, 3 security check points and 3 baggage conveyor belts. It also has a provision of 15 immigration counters for prospective international flights. The city side development includes elaborate plans for areas specifically dedicated for hard green to a surface car park for 350 cars, 150 taxis, 10 buses, 10 VIP, at a distance of 100m from the terminal. The new terminal building is designed to accommodate 700 passengers, including 200 international fliers hourly.”

The capital city of Chhattisgarh gleams with pride on its new international airport – Swami Vivekananda Integrated Airport (SVIA) which has bagged the Best Airport of India Award by Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India. Creative Group was awarded this project through a national design competition. The role of the design team was to provide comprehensive architecture and engineering consultancy service for the design of this New Integrated Terminal Building. The planning team envisioned to globalize the airport terminal, to not only create a world class terminal, but, also to direct and integrate the commercial built form into an environmentally sustainable abode. This sophisticated aero dynamic steel structure with large spans provides panoramic view within and outside the terminal building.

The terminal accommodates annually 8,17,600 domestic and international passengers. Segregating the arrival and departing spaces, the new bi-level terminal with an area of 18,500 sq. mtrs. houses two hardstand hold rooms and gates. However, the proposed expansion plan shall facilitate an area of 25,000 sq. mtrs. and four gates catering to the future expanding needs by 2015-2016. The terminal boasting state-of-the-art technology has 20 check-in counters, 3 escalators, 3 lifts, 2 x-ray luggage machines, 3 security check points and 3 baggage conveyor belts. It also has a provision of 15 immigra
The capital city of Chhattisgarh gleams with pride on its new international airport – Swami Vivekananda Integrated Airport (SVIA) which has bagged the Best Airport of India Award by Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India. Creative Group was awarded this project through a national design competition. The role of the design team was to provide comprehensive architecture and engineering consultancy service for the design of this New Integrated Terminal Building. The planning team envisioned to globalize the airport terminal, to not only create a world class terminal, but, also to direct and integrate the commercial built form into an environmentally sustainable abode. This sophisticated aero dynamic steel structure with large spans provides panoramic view within and outside the terminal building.

The terminal accommodates annually 8,17,600 domestic and international passengers. Segregating the arrival and departing spaces, the new bi-level terminal with an area of 18,500 sq. mtrs. houses two hardstand hold rooms and gates. However, the proposed expansion plan shall facilitate an area of 25,000 sq. mtrs. and four gates catering to the future expanding needs by 2015-2016. The terminal boasting state-of-the-art technology has 20 check-in counters, 3 escalators, 3 lifts, 2 x-ray luggage machines, 3 security check points and 3 baggage conveyor belts. It also has a provision of 15 immigration counters for prospective international flights. The city side development includes elaborate plans for areas specifically dedicated for hard green to a surface car park for 350 cars, 150 taxis, 10 buses, 10 VIP, at a distance of 100m from the terminal. The new terminal building is designed to accommodate 700 passengers, including 200 international fliers hourly.tion counters for prospective international flights. The city side development includes elaborate plans for areas specifically dedicated for hard green to a surface car park for 350 cars, 150 taxis, 10 buses, 10 VIP, at a distance of 100m from the terminal. The new terminal building is designed to accommodate 700 passengers, including 200 international fliers hourly.

The capital city of Chhattisgarh gleams with pride on its new international airport – Swami Vivekananda Integrated Airport (SVIA) which has bagged the Best Airport of India Award by Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India. Creative Group was awarded this project through a national design competition. The role of the design team was to provide comprehensive architecture and engineering consultancy service for the design of this New Integrated Terminal Building. The planning team envisioned to globalize the airport terminal, to not only create a world class terminal, but, also to direct and integrate the commercial built form into an environmentally sustainable abode. This sophisticated aero dynamic steel structure with large spans provides panoramic view within and outside the terminal building.

The terminal accommodates annually 8,17,600 domestic and international passengers. Segregating the arrival and departing spaces, the new bi-level terminal with an area of 18,500 sq. mtrs. houses two hardstand hold rooms and gates. However, the proposed expansion plan shall facilitate an area of 25,000 sq. mtrs. and four gates catering to the future expanding needs by 2015-2016. The terminal boasting state-of-the-art technology has 20 check-in counters, 3 escalators, 3 lifts, 2 x-ray luggage machines, 3 security check points and 3 baggage conveyor belts. It also has a provision of 15 immigration counters for prospective international flights. The city side development includes elaborate plans for areas specifically dedicated for hard green to a surface car park for 350 cars, 150 taxis, 10 buses, 10 VIP, at a distance of 100m from the terminal. The new terminal building is designed to accommodate