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Abu Dhabi International Airport

Abu Dhabi International Airport’s Midfield Terminal Complex (MTC) is set to be the largest airport terminal under one roof. The airport is spread over a vast area of 34,4 km2, and this development will dramatically increase passenger capacity to over 30 million. Terminal spaces of this size have to withstand high temperatures in the event of fire, and with major foot traffic, floor coverings and walls must be hard-wearing, hygienic and offer outstanding aesthetic appeal. For protective and powder coatings, to ensure the project was first-class right from the start, the specifiers turned to Jotun.

Beijing Capital International Airport

Beijing Capital International Airport has become the busiest airport in Asia and the second busiest airport in the world. Terminal 3, after four years construction, became the largest airport terminal in Asia. In this iconic and heavy traffic transportation hub, Jotun’s high performing protective coatings provide long-term colour and gloss retention, saving maintenance cost and contributing to outstanding appearance.

Dubai Opera

Located in Downtown Dubai, billed as ‘the most prestigious square kilometre in the world’ Dubai Opera is a 2,000-seat multi-format performing arts centre. Any coatings chosen for the project had to meet the most stringent demands for high quality, and cover 45,000 m2 of steel. Naturally, Jotun Protective Coatings and Decorative Paints for this unique building project were specified so the building would consistently hit the high notes.

Hangzhou Olympic Sports Center

The Main Stadium at Qian Tang river front, opposite the city’s new Central Business District, is an impressive project with a complex structure. Chosen to be the main venue of the 2022 Asian Games, the main stadium covers an area of 210,110m2. In addition tothe 80,000-seat main stadium, the project also includes 10,000-seat tennis center, aquatic center, convention center, athletic facilities and retail. In the first construction phase alone, Jotun’s Performance Coatings were meticulously specified for coating the 18,000 tons of steel in the main stadium.

Hardanger Bridge

Hardanger Bridge is the longest tunnel to tunnel suspension bridge i n the world, connecting the east and west of the main highway in the southern part of Norway without the need for a ferry. The bridge is an impressive 1,380 metres long; the two concrete bridge towers protruding more than 200 metres into the sky. With greatly varying weather conditions and construction environments to consider, Jotun had the properties needed to perform across every aspect of this major infrastructure project.

Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge

The bridge is a complex sea-crossing project. It consists of three cable-stayed bridges and one undersea tunnel panning the Lingdingyang channel. The bridge connects Hong Kong with Macau and Zhuhai, three major cities on the Pearl River Delta in China. The 55-kilometre link is one of the world’s longest. Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge is set to open to vehicular traffic in 2018 and has already become a landmark.

ICE Kraków Congress Centre

The ICE Kraków Congress Centre is the business and cultural hub of Kraków. Located in the heart of the city, it is home to a wide range of diverse events, from international congressional events, business conferences and symposiums to cultural events such as opera, theatre, concerts, ballet and social gatherings. The ICE Kraków Congress Centre covers 36,000m2 across three main halls: The auditorium Hall (1,915 persons), The Theatre Hall (600 persons) and Chamber Hall (300 persons). Hard-wearing coatings were of paramount importance, so Jotun products were the ideal choice.

Ping An Finance Center

Ping An Finance Center is an iconic 115 story skyscraper in Shenzhen, China. Reaching 600 metres high, this striking building was completed in 2017, making it the world’s fourth tallest building and the second tallest in China. Jotun was chosen as the single source provider due to our long track record of multi-divisional, complex projects. Jotun Protective Coatings and Powder Coatings were specified to protect the steel structure and façades. An ideal choice, confirmed by both the contractor and applicator, due to Jotun’s consistent application properties under varying environments and construction conditions.

Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport

After four years of construction and planning, the 451,000m2 Terminal 3 expansion of Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport in southern China was opened in 2013. Hardwearing properties, along with hygiene, were of extreme importance to the specifiers. As part of standard Quality Assurance practice, Jotun supported the client with coating inspection to promote and maintain quality control along with the supply of our high quality protective coatings for the impressive new terminal and cross walkway. The airport, with its 1,6km-long new terminal, has become a true landmark.

Show your strength

With steelwork being brought to life as a feature of the building, SteelMaster intumescent paint can be applied to offer excellent levels of fire protection without the need for boxing in or using less aesthetically pleasing coverings. As a leading global manufacturer of coatings, Jotun is the single source for primer, intumescent coatings and top coats. With thousands of colour choices of topcoat, with different gloss levels and finishes, Jotun provides comprehensive and effective solutions to meet the demands of your project.

White Magnolia Plaza

As a sign of the Bund Renaissance, White Magnolia Plaza stands on the side of Pujiang River in Shanghai, towering 320 metres, making it the number one skyscraper in the Puxi district. This imposing building and its steel structure demanded exceptional anti-corrosion solutions, ensuring ‘bone health’ of the new landmark in the North Bund. Jotun had the coating technology to make this happen.

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