The work, which is being developed in a consortium with the construction company Casais, foresees the assembly of a roof, which will be made up of 370 tons of metallic structures.

"Projects like the one we are doing in Faro are highly complex from a technical point of view, but from an organizational point of view they are also very demanding. We know the activity in the Algarve and we are going to spend 24 months - the work period -, working at night and during the day with the terminal in operation, which presents us with many challenges," said Blocotelha's commercial director, Erico Ferraria, to Lusa.