Groupe ADP wins a series of overseas and international contracts

posted on 17th May 2019 by William Hayes

Company member of Groupe Aéroports de Paris (ADP), ADP Ingénierie, has won a range of contracts at new international and French overseas locations, to provide research, design and technical assistance to major international airports.

The contract in China, for instance, will see a study carried out on traffic and airport capacity within the airport zone encompassing Hong-Kong and Shenzhen.

This is to help with the development of the international airport of Shenzhen, an area with a high density of aircrafts in flight due to the proximity of several airports with significant traffic.

The Taiwan contract will simulate the development of the air traffic at Taipei Taoyuan International Airport, which welcomed 46.5 million passengers in 2018.

Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport will have a 9-month study carried out on the expansion of the airport and implementation of its master plan for 2030 and 2050.

Athens Eleftherios Venizelios International Airport will undergo supervision to transition to standard 3 safety equipment (tomographs) on hold baggage systems, in accordance with the new European standards.

Santa Lucia military base in Mexico will receive assistance in the context of its transformation into a civilian commercial airport, following the government’s decision to stop the construction of the new Mexico City airport on the Texcoco site.

ADP Ingénierie will create the master plan for this new airport and assist during the infrastructure design phase, being in charge of the functional architecture of the passenger terminal and the draft of airport systems, as well as aeronautical pavements.

Guadeloupe’s Pointe-à-Pitre International Airport in the French West Indies will receive assistance from ADP Ingénierie to project manage the planning of a new baggage delivery room at the Regional Terminal 2.

With the addition of these contracts, ADP Ingénierie currently works on more than 140 airport
projects worldwide .