Architect Terminal: Fentress Korean Architects Collaborative International
Architect Transportation Centre: Samoo Architects & Engineers
Architect KAL Cargo Centre/Hangars: ShinHan Architect
Fireproofing Applicators Terminal: WooSung KeonUp
Fireproofing Applicators KAL Cargo Centre/Hangars: JoongAng Co.
Roof Contractor Terminal: Han Jin Consortium (main) Han Maek Heavy Ind. Co., Ltd. (sub)
Roof Contractor Transportation Centre: Transportation Centre J/V (main) Han maek Heavy Ind. Co., Ltd. (sub) Kyung Nam Aluminium Co., Ltd. (sub)
Control Tower Contractor: Kumho Construction Co.
Control Tower Concrete Supplier: SsangYong Cement Industrial Co., Ltd
High Bridge Contractor: Hanjin, Samsung, Dongah & Daeyang
High Bridge Concrete Supplier: SsangYong Cement Industrial Co., Ltd
GCP Solutions: Monokote® fireproofing, Grace Ice & Water Shield® roofing underlay
Located on Yeongjong island, about 50 km from Seoul, South Korea, the Incheon International Airport is 60 times the size of a football field and boasts the second tallest control tower in the world. Its two runways allow takeoff and approach over the sea, and the terminal facilities are designed to handle 27 million passengers annually.
GCP Applied Technologies is proud to have been associated with this prestigious, state-of-the-art airport construction project.
The protection of such a structure from the transgressions of fire and water is an important issue. The choice of fireproofing and waterproofing materials used had to take into account not only product quality and performance, but also application efficiencies and quality control on site.
During airport construction of the control tower, which is one of the most prominent features of the project, the designers were challenged to achieve a very high quality finish to the concrete surface. The concrete supplier, SsangYong, tested a large number of admixtures from different companies to assess performance in meeting the plastic and hardened concrete requirements.
Monokote® fireproofing and Grace Ice & Water Shield® roofing underlay were chosen and used in many parts of the airport construction.
About 51,000 m2 of Monokote® MK®-6/HY® and Monokote® Z-106 were used extensively in the main terminal building, the general hangars and the Korean Air Cargo Centre.
More than 130,000 m2 of Grace Ice & Water Shield® roofing underlay were used in the Transportation Centre and Main Terminal roofs.
As for the control tower, SsangYong chose concrete admixtures from GCP Applied Technologies, which proved to deliver the best overall performance. These concrete solutions helped by providing slump retention and very good off form surface finish. There was no need for subsequent surface treatment. As a result of its success on the Control Tower, similar solutions were also used in the construction of the high bridge.
Monokote®’s proven in place performance has made it one of the most widely applied fireproofing materials in the world. Grace Ice & Water Shield® underlay provides the assurance of a tight seal around penetrations from the metal roof surface, which pass through the assembly to the structural elements below. It has performed in the critical areas under the most severe climatic conditions to protect against wind driven rain and the effects of ice dam build up beneath shingles.
Throughout the airport construction project, GCP provided full support to the applicators, architect and general contractor. Its technical team made frequent site visits to routinely check bond strength, applied thickness and to ensure equipment maintenance.
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Last Updated: 2018-11-30