Groupe ADP wins five African airports contract
Paris Aeroport, formerly Aeroports de Paris or ADP, owned by Groupe ADP, through its subsidiary ADP Ingenierie, recently won a series of contracts with major international airports for design, study, or technical assistance projects.
December 27, 2017: Paris Aeroport, formerly Aeroports de Paris or ADP, owned by Groupe ADP, through its subsidiary ADP Ingenierie, recently won a series of contracts with major international airports for design, study, or technical assistance projects.
Of which five major contracts are from the African continent-- Botswana, Francistown International Airport; Kenya, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi; Mozambique, the countryâ€™s first five airports; Benin Republic: new international airport in Cotonou; Senegal, Blaise Diagne International Airport in Dakar.
According to Gratien Maire, CEO of ADP Ingenierie, this series of contract testifies a two-fold observation, "the recognition of our company's 360Â° expertise all along the airport value chain as the air traffic is increasing and the reinforcement of our geographic proximity with the clients due to our recent reorganization and almost the passionate commitment of all employees brings already promising fruit."
In Africa, following are the contract won by Groupe ADP.
Botswana, Francistown International Airport: Creation of a blueprint for the international airport at Francistown, the second-largest city in Botswana. ADP IngÃ©nierie will provide consulting in the form of investment proposals in order to organise the airport area for the next thirty years.
Kenya, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi: Preliminary design work of the new passenger terminal. This project involves a 115,000 sq.m expansion, including the merging of three boarding satellite buildings. ADP IngÃ©nierie will be in charge of the preliminary architectural design of the building its interior architecture style and the design of baggage sorting systems and air bridges. The authorities aim at increasing the airport's capacity from the existing 6 million to 10.3 million passengers per year.
Mozambique, the countryâ€™s first five airports: Creation of blueprints for Mozambiqueâ€™s five busiest airports, including the one in the capital city of Maputo. ADP IngÃ©nierie was chosen by ADM (Aeroportos de MoÃ§ambique) after a highly competitive international call for tenders
Benin Republic: new international airport in Cotonou: A 38-month contract for a delegated project management concerning the construction of a new terminal, located at Glo Djigbe. This new airport will be able to welcome 2 million passengers per year by 2030.
Senegal, Blaise Diagne International Airport in Dakar: Prime contracting assistance to carry out the technical studies for a maintenance centre and the preparation of a tender documents phase for its construction on the airport site, which began operations in spring 2017. Located 40 km from Dakar, Blaise Diagne Airport has a maximum capacity of 5 million passengers per year.
In addition to the African airport projects, the Groupe ADP has also won several projects in Asia, and Europe.