According to Gratien Maire, CEO of ADP Ingénierie, this series of contract testifies a two-fold observation: "the recognition of our company's 360° 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."
These new contracts are signed essentially with countries in Asia and Africa.
- China, Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing: consulting contract for the upgrading of airside facilities: runways, taxiways and parking stands. Beijing Capital, the second largest airport in the world with 94.4 million passengers in 2016, sees strong growth in its annual traffic every year.
- Indonesia, Adisutjipto International Airport in Yogyakarta: technical assistance for a new passenger terminal; this project will primarily focus on the architectural design and the planning of this new infrastructure project. Yogyakarta airport, located on the island of Java, welcomed 7.2 million passengers in 2016. The new terminal, built on a new site, will eventually welcome 25 million passengers, including 90% travelling on domestic flights.
- Thailand, Suvarnabhumi International Airport in Bangkok: ADP Ingénierie signed a contract to design the airport’s third runway, including the related taxiways. During the 1990s, ADP Ingénierie took part in a competition for the design of this airport, which handles 56 million passengers every year.
- Vietnam, Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City: feasibility study for the airport capacity extension. With a traffic of 36 million passengers in 2016, Tan Son Nhat airport enjoys a traffic growth rate of over 20% per year. ADP Ingénierie won this contract over prestigious international rivals.
- Botswana, Francistown International Airport: creation of a blueprint for the international airport at Francistown, the second-largest city in Botswana. ADP Ingénierie 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 an 115,000 sq.m expansion, including the merging of three boarding satellite buildings. ADP Ingénierie 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 6 to 10.3 million passengers per year.
- Mozambique, the country’s first five airports: creation of blueprints for Mozambique’s five busiest airports, including the one in the capital city of Maputo. ADP Ingénierie was chosen by ADM (Aeroportos de Moçambique) 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 airport, 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.
- Belgium, Spa-La Sauvenière aerodrome: survey of different flight plan scenarios to protect the catchment areas located near the Spa- La Sauvetière aerodrome. ADP Ingénierie was chosen by Société Wallonne des Aéroports (SOWAER) to provide its mission.
- Luxembourg, Luxembourg International Airport: studies linked to the extension of the passenger terminal, to increase its capacity from 4 to 6 million passengers per year. This contract mainly concerns the development of a programme and preliminary project design for the expansion of the terminal and its baggage sorting system.
With projects at over 700 airports in more than a hundred countries under its belt, ADP Ingénierie, active in every stages of the airport value chain, provides architectural design services, airport engineering studies, and consulting or prime contracting assistance services.