Groupe ADP wins contracts for airports in Asia and Africa

2 January 2018 (Last Updated January 5th, 2018 07:45)

Groupe ADP has secured multiple contracts from major international airports for design, study, and technical assistance projects.

Groupe ADP has secured multiple contracts from major international airports for design, study, and technical assistance projects.

The company signed the new contracts through its subsidiary ADP Ingénierie with countries mainly across Asia and Africa.

In China, ADP Ingénierie won a consulting contract to upgrade airside facilities at Beijing Capital International Airport. Runways, taxiways and parking stands are among the facilities being upgraded.

The company will provide technical assistance for the design and planning of a new passenger terminal at Adisutjipto International Airport in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The new terminal will welcome 25 million passengers each year.

“The new terminal at Adisutjipto International Airport will welcome 25 million passengers each year.”

ADP Ingénierie won a contract in Thailand to design the third runway at Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok.

In Vietnam, the company is set to undertake a feasibility study for the expansion of Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City.

In Botswana, ADP Ingénierie has secured a contract to provide investment proposals to organise the Francistown International Airport area for the next 30 years.

The company also secured a contract to provide preliminary design work of the new passenger terminal at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, Kenya.

ADP Ingénierie will be responsible for the preliminary architectural design of the building, as well as baggage sorting systems.

The company secured contracts in Mozambique, Benin Republic, Senegal, Belgium, and Luxembourg.