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El Dorado International Cargo Facility

Bogota, Colombia

Zyscovich was contracted to realize the design and the constructions documents for the new International Cargo facility at El Dorado International Airport in Bogota, Colombia. The new terminal consists of 36,000 sm (387,500 sf) of staging, processing, receiving/loading and office space necessary to process international cargo

The new international cargo facility is a flexible space available for multi-tenant use with 80 loading docks and 7+ airplane parking positions. Built in 2 phases, the facility will be able to immediately accommodate the relocation of the existing cargo operation, while providing flexibility for the larger future operation. As the first new building to be constructed as part of the redevelopment of the Airport, this project allows for the first relocation of existing operations which will propel the remainder of the airport development

Opain opted to use an alternative development proposed by a potential sub-concessionaire operator for the cargo terminal. 

KEY FEATURES

  • Architecture for Aviation Facilities
  • Durable and Contextually Appropriate Materials
  • Designed for Phased Construction

Zyscovich was contracted to realize the design and the constructions documents for the new International Cargo facility at El Dorado International Airport in Bogota, Colombia. The new terminal consists of 36,000 sm (387,500 sf) of staging, processing, receiving/loading and office space necessary to process international cargo

The new international cargo facility is a flexible space available for multi-tenant use with 80 loading docks and 7+ airplane parking positions. Built in 2 phases, the facility will be able to immediately accommodate the relocation of the existing cargo operation, while providing flexibility for the larger future operation. As the first new building to be constructed as part of the redevelopment of the Airport, this project allows for the first relocation of existing operations which will propel the remainder of the airport development

Opain opted to use an alternative development proposed by a potential sub-concessionaire operator for the cargo terminal. 

KEY FEATURES

  • Architecture for Aviation Facilities
  • Durable and Contextually Appropriate Materials
  • Designed for Phased Construction