Project management and supervision of the construction sites and 4 companies in charge of supervising the 15 contractors working at Muscat and Salalah airports
ADP Ingénierie (ADPI) leveraged their PMC skills, ability to anticipate client needs, airport expertise and skills in Read and Yellow FIDIC, contract drafting, cost and claims management.
The MCT airport infrastructure was more than than 40 years old. MoTC needed a PMC to manage the replacement of most of the country’s airport infrastructure. Faced with this challenge, the Omani MoTC engaged ADP Ingénierie to support this OMR 3 billion investment project.
- Muscat International Airport:
a. Passenger Terminal Building footprint: 335,000 sqm (Phase 1)
b. Cargo Terminal Building footprint: 40,000 sqm / 260,000 tons/year
c. Control tower height: 103 m
d. Aircraft Hangar footprint: 59,468 sqm
e. Catering Building: 30,000 sqm
- Salalah Airport:
a. Passenger Terminal Building footprint: 65,000 sqm, designed for 2 MPax per year, provision for 6 MPax
b. Cargo Terminal Building footprint: 27,000 sam / 100,000 tons per year
c. Control tower height: 86 m
- 4 Regional Airports:
a. PTB at all 4 (Adam, Ras Al Hadd, Al Duqm and Sohar): 5,700 sqm for 500,000 Pax per year
b. Cargo at Sohar and Al Duqm: 25,000 tons per year
c. Control tower height (at all): 37 m
ADP Ingénierie proposed solutions combining constraints and budgets.