The Muscat International Airport development project is the largest project to ever be undertaken in the history of Oman.
The design is based on an initial capacity of 12 million annual passengers. COWI-Larsen Joint Venture is the main consultant on the project. A Bechtel-led consortium of Bechtel, Enka, and Bahwan Engineering Company of Oman is building a new terminal at Muscat International Airport in Oman. Their search for a seasoned world class AEC service provider ended with Pinnacle. The project started in 2011 and will be completed in 2014.
It includes two office buildings, a four-star hotel, two five-level parking garages, and other support structures and roadwork.
We have to complete the coordinated model of Level 8.5 Passenger Terminal Building within a constraint time frame.
We have identified a critical area or zone (like corridor, mechanical room, toilet room) where lots of services (Duct, pipe or cable tray) are running, marked in navis view point, resolved the clashes by rerouting or by change in elevation.
We have created the RFI with 3D snap shots for unresolved critical clashes.