Another success is added to the long list of prestigious supplies by La Triveneta Cavi. This time the intervention concerns the new Terminal Catullo in Verona, an infrastructure project, as reported by ANSA, with a total value of 68 million Euros.
Specifically, La Triveneta Cavi supplied 25 km of FG16H1R12 cable, a product designed for the airport environment, which complies with the fire performance requirements according to EN 50575. It is used for fixed installation of primary circuits for lighting and signalling systems by means of radio beacons on airport runways. The supply also included 70 km of Triflex Plus H07RN-F cable for fixed and mobile laying, internal or external. Both cables by La Triveneta Cavi that will be installed at Catullo are obviously CPR certified.
Catullo airport – along with the airports of Venice, Treviso and Brescia – is part of the Northeastern Airport Hub, which handled the incredible figure of 18.5 million passengers in 2019. To put the work in context, as ANSA explains, the overall construction project is involving the redevelopment and expansion of Catullo’s departure terminal, whose surface area will increase from the current 24,840 square meters to 36,370 square meters, together with the renovation of more than 10,000 square meters of existing areas. The new infrastructure will be built with a view to environmental sustainability, high maintainability and energy saving.