See the snapshots taken from the 13 airports that are undergoing refurbishment for the 2014 World Cup and see the current stage which interventions by INFRAERO are at. Information is collected by the World Cup Portal staff. As a branch of the Civil Aviation Secretariat, INFRAERO manages big and small airports in Brazil. Indeed, some of the airports it manages are so small that they do not cater for commercial flights.
The refurbishment and extension works at the passenger terminal of Confins Airport are on the way and have had their delivery date set for December 2013. The project has been valued in R$ 239.6 million. The runway is going to be refurbished and widened, as well as the yard infrastructure. In fact, both projects are being designed and interventions should start in January 2013. Furthermore, until the end of September, the result of the bidding process for passenger terminal 3 will be published and construction has been scheduled to begin in November 2012.
In February 2012, an auction was held to transfer the management of the Juscelino Kubitschek Airport to the private initiative. Nevertheless, INFRAERO continues to be charge of the refurbishment of the central part of the passenger terminal. Forty-five per cent of the construction works – which were budgeted in R$ 5.5 million and are expected to be finalised by October - had been concluded in June. The second Operational Module, which received R$ 7 million in investments, was concluded in June and is already in operation.
Viracopos was also auctioned to the private initiative and the winning consortium will run it for a period of 30 years. INFRAERO was left in charge of the implementation of the Operational Module, which has already been concluded and where R$ 7 million were invested. At the beginning of July, the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) authorised operations to start to be transferred to the private initiative and for construction works for increasing the terminal to begin.
Interventions by INFRAERO at the Marechal Rondon Airport include the refurbishment of the passenger terminal, divided in two stages and the building of the Operational Module, concluded in 2011 at a cost of R$ 2.9 million. The first stages of the refurbishment of the terminal have started: some parts have been demolished and a new administration building has been built. The second stage will undergo a public bidding process by the Mato Grosso state government.
The basic and executive projects of the passenger terminal of the Afonso Pena Airport are being developed. The first stage is expected to be concluded by December 2013. INFRAERO is also expanding the aircraft yard, which will go from 84 thousand square metres to 143 thousand and is expected to be finalised by February 2013. Budgeted in R$ 25.4, 74.5% of yard related construction works had been finished by July. The restoration work of the runway has been budgeted in R$ 17.8 million. All of the tarmac of the 2,215m by 45m runway will be changed.
The refurbishment and extension works of the aircraft yard, as well as the passenger terminal of the Pinto Martins Airport were started in June. The total investment in the projects will be of R$ 336.6 million. The investment was done using the Differentiated Regime for Public Contracts (RDC). The first stages of the construction works, aimed at the World Cup, are scheduled to be concluded by December 2013.
The refurbishment and extension works at the passenger terminal of the Eduardo Gomes Airport started in November 2011 and are expected to be delivered by December 2013. The project has been valued in R$ 344 million. In September 2012, 28.4% of the project had been concluded.
The airport in São Gonçalo do Amarante, municipality next to the city of Natal, will be built by the private initiative, after an auction conducted in 2011 that awarded the right to manage the passenger terminal. The earthworks and building of the runways and yards are under the charge of INFRAERO, which finalised the first stage in April 2011. The second stage will be finalised in October 2013. The investment is in the order of R$ 174.4 million.
Interventions by INFRAERO at the Salgado Filho Airport include the refurbishment and extension of the passenger terminal, as well as the runway. The terminal’s project is being developed and the first stage is scheduled to be delivered by December 2013, in time for the World Cup. The project for the refurbishment of the runway is also being developed and should be concluded by March 2014. The airport’s Operational Module was delivered in January this year and R$ 5.2 million were invested.
The Gilberto Freye Airport has a modern passenger terminal, built in 2006 and already able to cater for more than its current demand. Therefore, for the World Cup, the only other thing INFRAERO will have to build is a new control tower, which is expected to be finished by December 2013.
Rio de Janeiro
There are three construction projects on the way under the charge of INFRAERO at the Tom Jobim (Galeão) Airport. The refurbishment of passenger terminal 1 has had its delivery date set for December 2013 and will cost R$ 301 million. The refurbishment of passenger terminal 2 has been divided into four stages and will be finished by December 2013. Finally, the restoration of renovation of the runway system and yards will be delivered by October 2013. Budgeted in R$ 157.4 million, 34.5% of the interventions in the runways and yard had been concluded in July.
The refurbishment project for the passenger terminal is being developed. The public bidding process for the construction works aimed at increasing the yard structure has been opened. The yard related structure has been scheduled to be finished by September 2013. The airport's control tower started to be built in June and it is expected to be concluded by December 2013 with investments in the order of R$ 14.6 million.
The management of the Guarulhos Airport was transferred to the private initiative in 2012, but INFRAERO is still in charge of the earthworks for an area of 310 thousand square metres. The company that won the auction will built passenger terminal 3. The earthworks have been budgeted in R$ 417 million and are expected to be finished by the end of September. INFRAERO has already delivered the runways, which cost R$ 148 million and passenger terminal 4, budgeted in R$ 86 million.