Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Baneasa Airport may be seriously affected in the first serious earthquake

Baneasa Aurel Vlaicu airport buildings, except for the General Aviation Terminal, modernized at risk and require seismic retrofit works, announced Monday, the National Company Bucharest Airports (CNAB).Passenger Terminal International Airport Bucharest Baneasa Aurel Vlaicu (AIBB AV), said in 2011 a monument of national importance and universal by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, is in the process of rehabilitation and implementation of the concept of City Airport, noted Tuesday.
The first stage of the modernization program of the AIBB AV airport infrastructure was completed in December 2011, the modernization of the General Aviation Terminal (Building "C").The next stage requires modernization of the three building (Rotunda, "A" and "B"), currently used for processing low-cost traffic to be moved but on 25 March, the largest airport in Romania, Otopeni ."In the preliminary stage of this phase was performed technical expertise of the three building, completed in February 2012, after which their classification resulted in a seismic risk class. As a result, have taken a number of measures set the law, announcing that authorities (Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, Ministry of Regional Development and Tourism, Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Inspectorate for Emergency Situations, City Hall, State Inspectorate for Constructions) and start the consolidation process, "the said in a statement CNAB, which manages airports in Baneasa and Otopeni.Since the airport is a historic monument CNAB adopted an intervention plan that includes, besides consolidating itself, and necessary conservation works buildings and bring them to the original appearance of historical monument - the facade works, carpentry, termoizolatiii, terraces, rotunda roof.Airport will launch during the next public auction design contracts and work execution.

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