King Shaka International Airport

The passenger terminal building incorporated the latest design concepts to make passenger movement from arrival (lower floor) to departure (upper floor) as smooth and pleasant as possible. It was adjudicated on a design and build concept with a consortium of contractors, WBHO and Group Five along with Osmond Laing Architects.

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The project scope also included:

  1. Terminal Building
    1. Screed all floors and walls
    2. Design, supply and install all vanities
    3. Multi story parking – foyers and toilets
    4. Terminal Arrivals  
      • 25 000m2 porcelain floor and wall tiling with Pamesa Tiles from Duratile
      • Granite cladding to columns
      • Granite features – including stainless steel inlays.
    5. ACSA offices
  2. Ancillary Buildings – 12 in total
  • This was the enterprise development and skills development part of the project.
  • Duratile Tiling Services took 2 PDI sub contractors and train them to become self-sustaining tiling contractors

3. Entrance Feature Wall – R1.0m

  • 2200m2 of Rich Autumn Strip walling