The airport fencing
Today, one of the most critical concerns of air transport industry is how to ensure the highest safety and security standards possible throughout airport’s facilities. An efficient, reliable and durable perimeter enclosure is the first, essential step to achieve this goal. FIBREFENCE is a range of technical fences specifically developed by Fibre Net Spa to cope with airport’s most demanding needs, the perfect solution to fence and protect airports sensitive areas surrounding ILS or Radars equipment and devices.
Thanks to the exclusive production technology and construction design, our FIBREFENCE fencing systems ensure full compliance with ICAO standards in terms of security and airport infrastructure design, keeping initial investment very low and reducing maintenance nearly to zero.
Taking advantage of its deep experience in design and manufacture of FRP composite products, Fibre Net Spa developed FIBREFENCE, an innovative range of FRP fences, the best alternative to traditional enclosures.
It is well known that Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport is the largest airport in France and one of the busiest in Europe. With more than 58 million passengers in 2010 it has benefited from huge investments in the last ten years, including new terminals, improvements to transport and a better connection network to deal with increasing numbers of passengers and traffic volumes.
Fibre Net Spa has been recently appointed by the Canadian Airport Authorities to supply over 3.2km of frangible and radio-transparent fence to Calgary YCC, the third busiest airport in Canada.
Despite its small dimensions, Republic of Tatarstan is one of the most economically developed regions of Russia, and probably the one growing faster today. Some of the Russian biggest petrochemical, chemical, machine building, aviation and helicopter industries are based within Tatarstan borders. Unsurprisingly Tatarstan’s capital airport is becoming nowadays one of the most important ones in whole Russia.
The Isle of Man is a small island of only 588km² in the middle of the sea between Scotland and Ireland. There is a small airport called Ronaldsway, where Balfour Beatty Regional Civil Engineering, a UK and Ireland-based regional civil engineering business, recently completed a series of works. This included creating a promontory 200m long into the Irsh Sea to extend the runway end safety area to comply with latest international safety standards.
Sofia Airport, Bulgaria, ranks among the fastest growing airports in Europe, in spite of the current world crisis, which undoubtedly cut back the positive trend of the latest years in the sector.
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