Design of new passenger terminal of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport of Nairobi
ADP Ingénierie has thorough knowledge of the hub due to its previous projects (refurbishment of the existing runway, design of the second runway), is providing an engineering analysis of the precise value and proposing simulations to the client to confirm the design.
The client was faced with an increase in traffic that the existing infrastructure could no longer handle. As part of the desired increase in passenger capacity, they wanted to separate the arrival and departure flows and restore the functionality of the terminal that had caught fire in 2013.
The client decided to increase passenger capacity to 10.3 MPPA.
They want to separate arrival and departure flows.
They want to recover the capacity of the terminal that had caught fire in 2013.
In response to all these requirements, ADP Ingénierie’s proposal to the client (who accepted it) was to merge the three existing terminals into a single new terminal to optimize the use of the resources of the whole hub (now including two runways).