Berlin airport opening delayed after failing fire regulations
May 27, 2012
The opening of Berlin Brandenburg Airport has had to be put back after Germany’s Building Standards Authority refused to allow a “partially automated” fire protection and control system to be used in the main 280,000 m2 terminal building.
Dr Fathi Tarada of Mosen Ltd was interviewed by New Civil Engineer (NCE) magazine about the reasons for the delays in the opening of the airport. The magazine article can be read here.