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TAV have constructed the world's best airport

Posted 11 September 2015 · Add Comment

TAV Construction receives award for world's best airport project for the Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Airport Project.

TAV has been awarded at the 3rd Global Construction Summit organized by ENR, for the privatisation of Madinah Airport, which has been announced as the world’s best airport.
 
Madinah Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz Airport is also the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certified airport in the MENA region.
 
“Carried out at the Holy Lands and as the first privatization project of Saudi Arabia, Madinah Airport project has a special meaning to us. We have been awarded this title as a result of fulfilling important significant criteria such as international team work, occupational health and safety, design functionality and quality, innovation and contribution to the sector were considered,” said TAV Construction Deputy General Manager Cumhur Kaur.
 
TAV won the rights to Madinah Airport in June 2012, and started construction on a new terminal immediately.  
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