Hamad International Airport - Qatar

Peru - Anatapaccay, Espinar-Cusco
PSC Ingeniera S.A.
2.190 m²

Fire wall

Peru - Anatapaccay, Espinar-Cusco

Hamad International Airport is designed to have an initial annual capacity of 29 million passengers, three times the old airport volume. Upon completion, it will be able to handle 50 million passengers per year. It is also expected to handle 320,000 aircraft movements and 2 million tonnes of cargo annually. The check-in and retail areas are expected to be 12 times larger than those at the old airport. The airport has an oasis theme. Many of the buildings have a water motif, with wave-styled roofs and desert plants growing in recycled water. The airport is built over 22 square kilometers, half of which is on reclaimed land.

The Tintaya mine project was the first project in the mining sector executed under the supervision and technical assistance of Promat Peru in conjunction with Fabrica Peruana Eternit.

The project consisted of installing a firewall between the truck workshop and the warehouses to provide passive fire protection to the aforementioned parts of the mine.

This wall incorporates 2,190 m2 of PROMATECT®-H boards between 15 mm and 20 mm positioned in three strata to form a panel, 15 m high, 52 m wide and 5 cm thick, and provides 2 hours' fire resistance.

The project took 21 days to complete and was overseen by installation company D-Tech, which, under the supervision of Promat Peru, successfully installed the entire fire protection system. The contracting company was Peruvian consortium SJT.