Modernisation of Nairobi International Airport
Since 2015, ADP Ingénierie, Groupe ADP's subsidiary, has been entrusted with three missions as part of the long-term development of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi.
ADP Ingénierie oversaw the upgrading of the single runway and 5 aircraft stands, in partnership with APEC, a local engineering company. It carried out the detailed studies for the design of the second runway.
In May 2017, a design mission (from the concept to the drafting of tender documents) was entrusted to ADP Ingénierie for the upgrading and extension of the existing passenger terminal, a part of which had been burnt down in 2013. The new design covers approximately 115,000 sq.m.
The target is to increase the number of passengers from 7.5 million per year to 10.3 million by April 2021, when the terminal will be commissioned.
Length of the supgraded runway (one of the 10 longest in the world)
Surface area of the new terminal