Project Paris, France

Charles de Gaulle Airport

New extension to France's leading airport

Sector: Buildings
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Terminal 2E is part of the successive extensions undertaken by Aéroports de Paris. BESIX was responsible for the structural work on the central body, and the complete construction of the car park.

Successive extensions

Inaugurated in 2003, Terminal 2E is part of the successive extensions carried out by Aéroports de Paris. BESIX was responsible for the civil engineering and structural work on the concrete structure of the central body, and the civil engineering, structural work, finishing and technical equipment of the car park.

Central body

The central body of terminal 2E incorporates, over an area of 450 m x 70 m, an international departure and arrival hall, check-in counters, baggage delivery areas, shops and restaurants, plus storerooms, technical areas and staff locker rooms. Its concrete structure bears the signature of BESIX (civil engineering and structural work).

Car park

Terminal 2E has a car park of 3 underground levels, with an esplanade and a helicoidally access ramp, with space for around 6,000 vehicles. The civil engineering, structural work, finishing and its technical equipment of the structure, consisting of a concrete skeleton on piles, are all by BESIX.

Project details

Project name

Charles de Gaulle Airport

Area(s) of expertise

Airports

Contract type

Build

Location

Paris, France

Stakeholder(s)

BESIX France

Client

Aéroports de Paris (ADP)

Building Period

1999 - 2003

Total value

€ 253 million

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