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  • Grupo Sordo Madaleno is honored for being invited and recognized by the Mexican Federal Government to compete in the New Mexico City International Airport project. We congratulate the Mexican Government for taking this step forward and present a new face of modern Mexico to the world. “Sordo Madaleno continues innovating through design edge and creating […]


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  • On September 3, 2014 Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto, in the presence of the Governor of the State of Mexico, government ministers, the Mayor of Mexico City, Lord Foster and Fernando Romero, announced that a collaboration between Foster + Partners, FR-EE (Fernando Romero Enterprise) and NACO (Netherlands Airport Consultants) has won the international competition to […]


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Foster + Partners has confirmed to the Airports Commission, the organisation investigating airport capacity in the UK led by Sir Howard Davies, that it intends to submit a proposal to the Commission in July for a new hub airport in the Thames Estuary. The airport is part of the proposed Thames Hub, a unique opportunity […]


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