Sika Case Study: Enfidha International Airport, Tunisia

Company Sika
Date 21.08.2018

Project Description:
‘Aéroport de Paris’ (ADP) completed the design of the new international airport at Enfidha and also prepared the tender documents for the contracts relating to the construction in mid-2006. The construction plans call for building Enfidha Airport in several phases; the first phase of the airport will have a passenger handling capacity of five million a year. However subsequent phases are expected to increase the capacity to ten million and then 20 million in the longer-term. The Tunisian government (Ministry of Communications Technologies and Transport) and the Tunisian Airport Authority (OACA) has approved the design brief for the project produced by ADP

Sika Solutions:
The new airport is designed to accommodate 20 mio. passengers per year and increase the level of tourism in this part of Tunisia. Sika worked with the design team and contractors to arrive at a range of solutions for the project including:

  • Sika Concrete admixtures – structural concrete and pavements
  • Sika MonoTop® – Concrete repair
  • Sikaplan® – Waterproofing
  • Sika CarboDur® – Structural strengthening
  • Sikaflex® and Sikasil – Joint sealing between different building elements and materials
  • SikaGrout® – structural element support
  • Sika Ceram® – Tiling adhesives
  • Sikaflex® -Structural glazing sealants


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