ADP Ingénierie, one of the top global airport engineering companies
Designing and building airports the world over
Founded in -2000, ADP Ingénierie is a wholly owned subsidiary of Groupe ADP that brings together engineers and architects to design and set up airports all over the world. It acts as consultant or assistant to contracting authorities, contractors or designers and is able to support a project from the design phase through to commissioning.
ADP Ingénierie, one of the 5 largest airport engineering companies in the world, is very active in the Middle East, particularly in the United Arab Emirates where it has contributed to the construction of 2.2 million m² of airport buildings in the last twelve years.
ADP Ingénierie is diversifying its development zones by expanding towards strong-growth regions like China and Southeast Asia, as well as mature markets in Europe, including France. It registered a €65 million turnover in 2014.
ADP Ingénierie won the bid to design and supervise a new terminal at Bahrain airport in 2014, and remains active in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates where it is carrying out numerous airport projects, in particular in Dubai. ADP Ingénierie also offers construction support for projects at new airports in the Sultanate of Oman, like Muscat and Salalah.
In Asia, ADP Ingénierie won the international competition to define the design of terminal 1 at the new Beijing Daxing Airport, and is pursuing its missions in Chongqing, Haikou and in the Philippines. New contracts have been signed, including for the optimisation of a project to expand Shanghai airport and the building of the Taipei control tower in Taiwan. In Africa, ADP Ingénierie is expanding the Addis Ababa airport in Ethiopia and that of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania, and is also working in Kenya and Mauritius. In Latin America, ADP Ingénierie is conducting projects in Panama and Chile.
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ADP Ingénierie in figures
- 100 projectsmanaged every year worldwide
- 400 employeesincluding 200 outside of France
- €79 millionturnover in 2015