ADP Ingénierie was awarded the Assistance à Maîtrise d'Ouvrage (AMO)
This project will be developed in BIM standards (LOD 300). Within the framework of this project, the MO has committed itself to a BIM approach during the construction of these structures, with the improvement of the quality of design and realization of these buildings as an essential objective, but also that of their management and maintenance.
In February 2020, ADP Ingénierie (ADPI) was awarded the Assistance à Maîtrise d'Ouvrage (AMO) contract for the design, construction and equipment of a new control tower and air traffic management complex at the Toussaint Louverture International Airport (AITL), located in Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince (PaP).
This new project in Haiti is part of a long-term partnership with the country's airport authorities. Our teams already worked with the Haitian authorities and for the airport in 2018. At that time, ADP Ingénierie was in charge of updating the master plan and selecting the site.
We are carrying out this project with a local partner: Génie Conseil SA (GCL) and the duration of the project is 32 months (end planned for December 2022).
We then took care of the design studies for the new control tower (including the ACC) in order to allow the call for tenders for the construction of the buildings and the supply of CNS / ATM equipment. Particular attention was paid to the necessary anti-seismic structure. ADP Ingénierie carried out all the architectural and technical studies of the building, but also the needs in CNS / ATM equipment, so that the OFNAC could launch the call for tenders for the construction of the building and the supply of equipment.
Before that, in 2017, ADP Ingénierie carried out the supervision of the rehabilitation and widening of the airport runway for the Haitian State for 10 months.