Saturday, May 31, 2008

Design Guidelines: Terminals

DESIGN GUIDELINES: OTHER BUILDINGS
Seaports, Airports, Bus Terminals, Marina

SEAPORTS
- Passenger and cargo traffic must be segregated
- Terminal building must be provided with appropriate facilities for the passengers/users
- If coast guard offices is required it must be provided with communication facilities.
- Land transportation access must be included.
- Passengers concourse / lounges / waiting area must be enough especially during peak season.
- Safety and Security features.
- Porterage facilities.
- Storage facilities must be adequate.
- Be aware of the ships portside in relation to the quay
- Provide breakwater and sandbars if necessary.
- Slipways are optional.
- Other support facilities



AIRPORTS
- Consider the two major areas – airside and landside.
- Terminal buildings must have good circulation in terms of passengers and cargo movements.
- Safety and security features.
- Basic amenities
- Provision of airline and courtesy counters
- Portage facilities
- Apron for services at the tarmac area
- Control towers must the most visible feature
- Ample greeters space and parking facilities.


BUS TERMINALS
- Bus circulation in relation to ingress/egress points not the passengers boarding line.
- Passengers concourse must be large enough to accommodate seasonal peaks
- Quarters for driver and conductors.
- Bus service areas for repair/chek-up with for mechanics and other staff.
- Dispatchers booth.
- Ancilliaries


MARINA
- Provision of clubhouse and boardwalk
- Boat/yacht mooring area
- Breakwater features for containment and water stability.
- Boatshed/repairs area.
- Ancilliaries.

3 comments:

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