Aeropuerto Internacional de Ciudad de México

Back in 2014, it was announced that Foster + Partners and FR-EE (Fernando Romero Enterprise) were taking on to realize the world’s most sustainable airport in Mexico City. The scheme would be Mexico‘s largest-ever infrastructure project and would see the construction of a compact single terminal which would inherently use less materials and energy than a cluster of buildings.

As the project continues to move forward, several critical goals were met in 2016 for NAICM (the Mexico City New International Airport), including the delivery of the first round of construction documents, the opening of an on-site project office, and the start of procurement for contractors to deliver site works and runways. On December 6th, local news sources reported that consortium led by the Portuguese construction company Mota-Engil, presented one of three proposals for the construction of the terminal.

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