Turkish Limak Construction Co. received Kuwaiti female engineers, the first batch of the “Limak engineers programme,” and briefed them on its projects in Turkey.

The company took the engineers to a field tour at Istanbul’s new airport.

They then visited the company’s headquarters, to get more information about its projects in Turkey and around the world in several fields: Construction, cement, tourism, energy, aviation and investment.

Head of construction at Istanbul airport, Yusuf Akcayoglu, offered a detailed explanation to the engineers about the firm’s operations and its accomplishments across the globe.

He expressed his delight for Kuwaiti engineers’ visit to the new airport.

Limak is one of the companies overseeing the construction of Istanbul’s new airport, established on an area of 13 million square metres.

It is considered the largest airport in the world, with a capacity of 50 million travellers annually, and can be expanded to accommodate 200 million passengers.

Source: NAM News Network