Astaldi Group Will Build The Intermodal Center Of The Mexico City Airport

The contract for the construction of the Intermodal Center for Land Transport (CITT), serving the new International Airport of Mexico City, valued at $350 million, has been awarded to Italy’s Astaldi Group. The contract represents the Group's first step in this new market, which is part of Astaldi's strategy of geographical diversification, and which offers great opportunities for development in the infrastructure sector.
 Integral to Astaldi’s global expansion strategy is the partnership with local contractors in order to leverage market specific strengths and expertise. The CITT project will be carried out in collaboration with Arendal Group, a well-known player in the Mexican infrastructure industry. The contract includes, among other things, the construction of a 5-story structure, based on a project by architect Norman Foster, which will be used as a hub for land transportation for the new international airport. The building will have a total area of 450,000 square meters, with a green roof and energy efficient features. The works will have an estimated duration of 32 months, starting in the next few months. The client is Grupo Aeroportuario Ciudad México (GMCM), the authority responsible for the management of the new international airport of Mexico City.
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