The new Passenger Terminal B, known as the “Zeppelin”, is a clearly atypical metallic structure since it is made up of pieces which have been welded together. Each of the pieces that comprise it has a unique spatial position in all three dimensions. This iconic work for our country involved a great number of suppliers with whom we had to work in an articulated way in order to achieve an excellent final result.
We held the Departures Hall named "Mercedes Sosa" in 2011. It was covered with glass skin and Alucobond finishes. This metal building provides a very large and bright area, where at the same time there are restaurants, bookstores, cafes and Duty Free stores.
It is the largest metal structure in South America with a light of 100 meters.
More than 2,000 tons of steel were needed to lift this impressive hangar of 100 x 100 m of sides and 27 m of height. With a roof of one hectare of surface that needed to be lifted by a complex engineering action.
The development achieved by our company in the manufacture of large tubular structures, has allowed designers to expand the design universe. An example of this is the construction of the departures hall of the Ezeiza International Airport.