|DAIL IGI T3 Terminal||Air Deccan Hanger||Taj Flight Kitchen||HAJ Terminal|
Since its inception in 1982, Interarch has been instrumental in the aviation sector and its very first project was the IGI T2 in New Delhi. It was the first company to introduce window coverings through their product TRAC and first one to introduce engineered metal roofing and cladding systems. Interarch entered into Infrastructure projects as it bagged the largest order for turnkey supply of one-of-its-kind composite roofing system and pre- engineered roof structural system for the Indira Gandhi International Airport Terminal-3, New Delhi which was completed in 2010.
For airports, the prime concerns, are functionally and aesthetically, and hence the large clear span framing can be easily made in steel. Steel is also faster in construction in comparison to other materials and less disturbance at site, which further results in faster construction resulting in early occupancy & early return on investment. For large storage of cargos, vertical multistory steel buildings and retrieval system, steel helps in faster storage and delivery. Simultaneously, it can offer highest architectural flexibility in design and fabrication.
The steel products have been successfully applied for various structures under this sector, like Airport terminal buildings, Air plane hangars, Cargo and freight stations, warehouses, fire station buildings and roof and ceiling of buildings.
Some of the Nitty-gritty's that worked in favor of the application in steel were:
- Smaller manageable parts no matter how large the final structure - Helps logistics and reduces transport costs
- Bolt-On assembly - All sections are designed to align perfectly during assembly
- Ready to build - Shaped, welded and tested for designed load conditions
- Manufactured to endure - Specialized coatings and treatment available for longevity
- Shipped smart - Smart logistics and shipment synchronized with construction requirements at project site