Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport- Terminal 2

Mumbai, India

Project Overview

The new International Terminal (T2) is India’s first and most advanced vertical passenger terminal that integrates inspired architecture (richly infused with Indian culture), robust infrastructure and advanced operational efficiency.

The striking Terminal 2 is expected to serve 40 million travelers per year, nearly twice as many as the building it replaces. The new terminal combines international and domestic passenger services under one roof, optimizing terminal operations and reducing passenger walking distances. Rather than compartmentalizing terminal functions, all concourses radiate outwards from a central processing core permitting them to swing between domestic and international service.

AWARDS:  Chicago Athenaeum- American Architecture Award (2012)  |  A’Design Award & Competition – Platinum Award for Architecture, Building, and Structural Design (2015)  /  American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) – Architectural Engineering Institute (AEI) –  Award of Excellence for Architectural Engineering Integration (2-15)

Project Size
5,218,000 SF / 485,000 M2
Divisions
Electrical and Security Engineering, Life Safety (Fire Alarm and Public Address Systems), ICT Infrastructure
Project Completed
2014