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Kütahya Yeni Otogar
Turkey

Kütahya Otogarı yaklaşık 70.320 m2’lik bir alanda olup B,C,D,E Blokları Ana Terminal Binası, Gözetleme Kulesi, Giriş-Çıkış Kontrol Noktaları ile betonarme, karkas ve çelik konstrüksiyon sistemine göre gerçekleştirilmekte. Tesis ihale kapsamı itibariyle 5011 m² taban alanına 1309 m²  kısmı bodrum, 5011 m²  zemin ve 1075 m²  1. kat olmak üzere toplam 7579 m²  inşaat alanına sahip.

17 adet giden, 8 adet gelen yolcu olmak üzere 25 adet peron 36 adet şirket yazıhanesi, 2 adet büyük mağaza, 12 adet dükkan, 1 adet restoran, 1 adet kafeterya, 1 adet banka şubesi, 1 adet eczahane, 1 adet polis bürosu, 1 adet zabıta bürosu, Emanet ve kayıp eşya bürosu, Terminal idaresi ve meclis salonu, Kuaför ve lostra salonları, 3 adet büfe bulunan terminalde genel hizmetler için de, 105 araçlık otobüs otoparkı, 165 araçlık misafir otoparkı, 25 araçlık servis otoparkı, 20 araçlık taksi durağı, Benzin istasyonu, Yıkama ve yağlama ünitesi, Sığınak, Trafo, jeneratör, klima santralı, Personel yemekhanesi ve iş atölyeleri de yer almakta.

Copyright: Ibrahim tunca
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Resolution: 6000x3000
Uploaded: 12/04/2012
Updated: 14/05/2012
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