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Clark International Airport – New Terminal Building

Clark International Airport – New Terminal Building


A new, modern passenger terminal is nearing completion at Clark International Airport. Located in Clark, a special economic zone between the cities of Angeles and Mabalacat, the airport is expected to be the next premier gateway of Asia, connecting travelers throughout the region.

The New Terminal Building was designed to celebrate Filipino culture and to include resource-efficient technologies. An energy-efficient air conditioning system, roof insulation, and LED lighting will be installed to reduce the terminal’s energy use, while water-efficient plumbing fixtures and a rainwater harvesting system will be installed to reduce the terminal’s water use. The resulting energy and water savings will lower the terminal’s operating costs and carbon footprint.

The Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the New Terminal Building (NTB) and associated landside development was completed by Megawide-GMR Construction JV. Inc. (MGCJVI), a consortium of Megawide Construction Corp. and India’s GMR Infrastructure Ltd. Following the formal turnover by the Philippine Department of Transportation (DOTr) and the Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA), Luzon International Premier Airport Development (LIPAD) was awarded Operations and Maintenance of the airport, along with its interior fit-out.

The New Terminal Building at Clark International Airport has received a preliminary EDGE certificate from the Philippine Green Building Initiative (PGBI).

Predicted Savings of EDGE Certification



24%

Energy Savings*


29%

Water Savings


55%

Less Embodied Energy in Materials

Technical Solutions


Energy


Insulation of the roof, low-E coated glass, air conditioning with a water-cooled chiller, CO2 sensors and demand-controlled ventilation for fresh air intake, occupancy sensors in bathrooms, and energy-saving lighting in sales, corridors, common and external areas.


Water


Dual-flush water closets, aerators for faucets/auto shut-off faucets, and a rainwater harvesting system.


Materials


In-situ reinforced concrete for the floor, aluminum-clad sandwich panel for the roof, medium weight hollow concrete blocks for internal walls, precast concrete panels for external walls, and mineral wool for roof insulation.


*Part of the energy efficiency percentage may be associated with virtual energy for comfort depending on the presence of heating and cooling systems. Note that virtual energy does not contribute savings to utility bills.

Location:


Clark Freeport Zone
Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines

More Information:


Stage:


Preliminary EDGE Certificate

Date:


December 2019

Floor Space:


107,929 m2

Total CO2 Savings:


1,490.4 tCO2/Year

Antananarivo International Airport

Antananarivo International Airport, located in Antananarivo, Madagascar has received final EDGE certification from thinkstep-SGS.

Antananarivo International Airport


The Antananarivo International Airport connects the capital of Madagascar to the rest of the world. The airport is the primary hub for Air Madagascar and serves more than 10 additional airlines with direct flights to Kenya, France, Turkey and more. Antananarivo International Airport is part of the Ravinala Airports group, which comprises four domestic and two international airports within the country. The airport’s recent renovations were developed by CMBI, a joint venture between Bouygues Bâtiment International and Colas, with architectural design by Dubois & Associés. In addition to the goal of modernizing the airport, CMBI will also conserve natural resources, ensuring both a lower carbon footprint and reduced operational costs.

From hiring a 95 percent Malagasy workforce to taking precautions to minimize harm to the surrounding natural environment, CMBI ensured that the modernization of the airport will contribute to the sustainable development of Madagascar. The new airport now expects to host more than one million passengers per year and bring more tourism to the country. CMBI also plans to renovate Nosy Be, the country’s other international airport. As an independent company, Bouygues Bâtiment International expects to build green in other countries such as Benin, Côte d’Ivoire and Myanmar. The company is committed to certifying at least 80 percent of its projects in emerging markets. The Antananarivo International Airport has received final EDGE certification from thinkstep-SGS.

Predicted Savings of EDGE Certification



33%

Energy Savings*


49%

Water Savings


37%

Less Embodied Energy in Materials

Technical Solutions


Energy


Insulation of roof and external walls, low-E coated glass, variable speed drive pumps, CO2 sensor and demand-controlled ventilation for fresh air intake, energy-saving lighting and occupancy sensors in bathrooms.


Water


Dual flush water closets, water-efficient urinals and aerators and auto shut-off faucets.


Materials


In-situ trough concrete floor slabs, aluminum sheets on steel rafters for roof construction, medium weight hollow concrete blocks for internal and external walls, steel-clad sandwich panels for external walls and plasterboards on metal studs for internal walls.


*Part of the energy efficiency percentage may be associated with virtual energy for comfort depending on the presence of heating and cooling systems. Note that virtual energy does not contribute savings to utility bills.

Location:


101 Antananarivo, Madagascar

More Information:


Stage:


Final EDGE Certification

Date:


June 2019

Floor Space:


17,478  m2

Total CO2 Savings:


393.6 tCO2/Year