|Project Location:||Katunayake, Sri Lanka|
|Owner:||Airport & Aviation Services (Sri Lanka) Limited|
|Project Management, Architectural and Engineering Consultants:||Japan Airport Consultants|
|LEED Consultants:||Green Technologies FZCO|
Bandaranaike International Airport is the main international airport in Sri Lanka which is located in Katunayake, 22 miles (35 km) north of Colombo. It is administered by Airport and Aviation Services (Sri Lanka) Ltd. Under Bandaranaike International Airport Development Ph.II 2A , the capacity of BIA which presently stands at 6 Million Passenger Movements per annum will be increased to 15 million. An additional finger pier will be constructed to the west of the existing one. A two tier passenger terminal with arrivals and departures physically separated as found in most modern airports will also be constructed. Stage 2 itself is to be implemented in two stages and the first stage is scheduled to be completed by early 2017.
The AASL has set the goal of achieving LEED Certification for New Construction under the Bandaranaike International Airport Development Project, particularly the grade of “Certified” for the New Passenger Terminal Building No.2.
Green Technologies FZCO (GT), an Engineering, LEED and Sustainability consultancy firm with extensive experience in delivering iconic Sustainability, Engineering and LEED projects in the Middle East and Asia, was engaged by Japan Airport Consultants , to provide Master Sustainability Plan and LEED Assessment Report which directs and guides the project team to achieve LEED certification based on the environmental measures implemented and planned at BIA and the feasibility in Sri Lanka.