ADP Ingénierie in Vietnam

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ADP Ingénierie has been present in Vietnam for many years now. Since 2002, our teams have assisted the Vietnamese airport authorities in their development projects.

At the time, our experts worked on the control tower at Noi Bai Airport and on passenger terminal building (PTB) technical assistance at Tan Son Nhat. Since then, they have also led the site selection for Long Thanh airport, they designed the master plan (2011), participated in the architectural competition (2016) and studied special airport systems for Da Nang (2012).
For the past two years, our teams have also worked on master plan studies for Noi Bai, Hanoi Airport, and on capacity and extension studies for Tan Son Nhat, Ho Chi Minh Airport.

The last and largest project carried out in Vietnam by ADP Ingénierie (ADPI) is the feasibility and design study of Long Thanh airport, the future airport of Ho Chi Minh with an ultimate capacity of 100 million passengers. ADP Ingénierie carried out the traffic studies, the master plan, the airport infrastructure and equipment program, and the design of the buildings (except the passenger terminal) and special airport systems (SAS), calling on all fields of sound airport expertise. This project mobilized teams from Paris to Hong-Kong up to 50 of our experts. 30 of them worked alongside our client, performing 80 missions over the 14 months of the contract.

It is a long-standing partnership that we maintain in our philosophy of building long-term relationships of trust. We are happy to subscribe to this long-term model with our Vietnamese partners and hope to see this relationship continue.

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