“It will be the most modern cruise station Mid-Atlantic” according to the Port Authority
The Port Authority of Santa Cruz have awarded to the Joint Venture Company (UTE) composed of Acciona Infraestructuras SA and Project Construction and Civil Works 2012, SL, the construction work of the cruise terminal in Tenerife’s capital amounting to €7,124,355 and an execution time of just fourteen months.
With an area of 8,473 square meters, the future building will be in Muelle de Ribera and the functions to be covered are check in control, awaiting passengers, luggage distribution and retail space, plus parking areas for buses and taxis among other services. In its construction of the infrastructure advantage will be taken of buildings already there linked to import and export. This area of about 6,000 square meters, will be renewed and expanded to become part of the architectural complex.
“It will be the most modern cruise terminal in the Mid-Atlantic, designed following the recommendations by carriers who visit us as to what they needed for better operability,” says President Port Authority, Pedro Rodríguez Zaragoza.
The Port Authority has also awarded to GC Green Zone, SLU, the work to pedestrian areas at 718,964 euros and a lead time of four months. This consists basically in shaping a boardwalk, with shaded rest areas and vegetation adapted to the marine environment and above all, with the potential to host an area of bars and seaside terraces for the upcoming cruise season 2015-2016. Source: ATC Press
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