An international terminal has been inaugurated at Astana airport in Kazakistan. The new 47.000 sqm building includes a passenger hall and a VIP area, as well as six new aircraft stands and four bus transfer exits. BIMON was responsible for the architectural full detailed design and the use of the BIM model for multidisciplinary coordination and quantity extraction.
BIMON was responsible for the drafting of the BIM model of the Architectural and Plant State of Fact, the drafting of the BIM model of the Architectural and Structural Design, and the drafting of the BIM model of the Electrical and Mechanical Installations Design
Astana Airport, named after Nursultan Nazarbaev, is an international airport located in Astana, capital of Kazakhstan, about 12 km southeast of the city center, in Yesil district. The airport is the second busiest in Kazakhstan and all of Central Asia, after Almaty Airport, with traffic of 5 099 391 passengers in 2019. The airport has one runway and two adjacent passenger terminals: international terminal T1 was built for Expo 2017 Astana, Kazakhstan, while terminal 2, designed by Japanese architect Kishō Kurokawa, is for domestic flights. The Project was dedicated to the renovation of Astana International Airport in Kazakhstan, one of the largest in the country, served by 16 airlines, with 15 domestic routes, 19 international routes and 5,000 charter flights. The expansion of the international airport and the resulting improvement of infrastructure services will make a significant contribution to the development of the country’s transportation and logistics system.
The BIM model was mainly used for the identification and resolution of multidisciplinary interferences
Multidisciplinary BIM Model
BIMON was responsible for drafting the multidisciplinary BIM model, analyzing and resolving the interferences, and extracting the quantities needed to prepare the estimate