ADP Ingénierie Presentation

ADP Ingénierie, founded in 2000, is a subsidiary of Groupe ADP that designs and develops airports all over the world. Having obtained ISO 9001 in February 2003, ADP Ingénierie owns more than 300 international references on large-scale engineering and architecture projects.

Heirs to 50 years of experience in Groupe ADP, ADP Ingénierie's architects and engineers have demonstrated their innovative ability on landmark projects such as the design of Terminal 1 at the new Beijing Daxing airport, the new passenger terminal at the international airport of Mauritius, and the new international airport in Dubai.

Sharing their dreams and enthusiasm through ambitious projects, turning these dreams into achievements through meticulous design and execution, and paying as much attention to aesthetic quality as to the cost-effectiveness and sustainability of their works – such are the ideals that inspire the people at ADP Ingénierie.
ADP Ingénierie possesses a full range of skills in the airport industry, and relies on several departments:

Programme, planning and development strategy

ADP Ingénierie offers planning solutions for the development of programmes and master plans that include:

• Looking for sites

• Feasibility and concept-development studies

• Traffic forecasts

• Land-use plans

• Designing of aviation and urban infrastructures

• Terminal programming

• Flow simulation inside terminals

• Analysing the configuration of aircraft stands

• Aviation and urban installation planning

• Budget and profitability assessment

• Schedule planning

• Feasibility studies for airport cities

• Airport cities and urban planning

Airport design and installations

ADP Ingénierie designs all types of buildings (terminals, aircraft maintenance hangars, freight stations, control towers, honours pavilions, business terminals, etc.) as well as directly associated airport infrastructures, both on the runway side and for the city. 

Specific airport systems

Its expertise in specific airport systems is a real asset when it comes to airport installations and operations: baggage handling systems, walkways and other facilities, information, security and safety systems, communication networks, and integration systems. ADP Ingénierie also defines all technical equipment (electrical system, heating installations and cooling system, air-conditioning, structure, plumbing, electromechanical system, etc.).

Infrastructure engineering and flight navigation

ADP Ingénierie carries out engineering studies of all infrastructures, both for cities and for runways. ADP Ingénierie also has extensive experience in flight navigation, meteorological assistance, telecommunications, control tower equipment, aircraft de-icing systems, airfield lighting systems, etc...

Construction management support

ADP Ingénierie’s expertise further includes the conducting of airport projects: selection, assessment and management of consultants and companies, supervising the progress of works, and studying and optimising the technical, financial and operational aspects of a project.

ADP Ingénierie can also take charge of post-project management: the organising, management and running of an airport, choice of dealers, training, assessment and financial forecasts, etc...

BIM Training Centre

BIM (Building Information Modelling) is a work method that is used for the 3-dimensional modelling of buildings, which is becoming an essential tool for designers, builders and operators in the airport industry.

In 2014 ADP Ingénierie therefore created a BIM training centre that offers 16 modules on the use of Revit, Navisworks, BimLink and Design Review software programs, plus training in modelling and project management using BIM. Four ADP Ingénierie's experts have already received their “REVIT Professional” certification from Autodesk.