ADP Ingénierie

Architecture and Engineering Company designing and developing airports throughout the world.

Airport Design, Consulting and Engineering

ADP Ingénierie


ADP Ingénierie, a Groupe ADP subsidiary, is a French engineering company that carries out architectural and engineering worldwide activities dealing with design or development of airports.

It is one-of-a-kind true solution provider among its competitors, by being 100% dedicated to airports and providing 360° expertise to its customers.






Its experts can accompany a project from the initial design to operational stages and cover the full spectrum of airport engineering and consultancy services, for any type of airport facilities of any size. With a clear understanding of the issues and trends, the 400 employees of 40 nationalities working in 16 countries anticipate the expectations of the clients and are able to offer innovative solutions.

Proud of its history, carrying out over 130 projects concurrently worldwide, ADP Ingénierie promotes innovation in all areas and paves the way for the airport of tomorrow.


Expert to solve specific problems

ADP Ingénierie can mobilize a great variety of skills. Either collectively on a comprehensive project or individually in the framework of technical assistance or consulting missions.

Whatever the problem that an owner or an operator faces, ADP Ingénierie can provide technical assistance:

  • To elaborate a strategic plan, traffic studies, a business plan;

  • To select a new airport location;

  • To solve a technical issue relating to airport infrastructures, BHS, air navigation systems, safety, IT;

  • To improve operations and efficiency (optimize, upgrade, follow-up of the evolution of regulations…).

Thanks to its unique experience in planning, design and operations, ADP Ingénierie provides a global view of the airport, its assets, weaknesses and potential.


Taking into account all specific aspects of a project

The company's trademark relies in its capacity to take into account all specific aspects of a project as environment, history, architecture, culture, to address all functional aspects and integrate all technical requirements (architecture, design, special airport systems, airside infrastructures…) and by being close to its clients, act as a real partner, throughout the project's development.

The ADP Ingénierie partnership approach applies not only during project's development phase but also "upstream" and "downstream": it is able to assist clients in defining projects and programs at the very early stage, and to stay present at the client's side during operations or modernization phases.


Taking into account the operation of an airport

Subsidiary of one of the world's largest airport operators, ADP Ingénierie always keeps in mind the objective of its clients: enhance passenger experience and satisfaction, while controlling costs (operation, maintenance) and maximizing revenues.

It can carry out on-the-spot or periodic audits and diagnosis on airports, whatever their size, which do not have the experience, resources, technical capacities and means to carry out reliable diagnosis of their assets, to anticipate the requirements (short-term and long-term) and identify opportunities for improvements.

It can assist the operator in correcting non-compliances in the airport, seizing opportunities for improvements and planning future investments in a progressive and optimized manner. As a partner to its clients, ADP Ingénierie can also act as the "maintenance arm" of an operator, to improve operations and efficiency, reduce its OPEX, and optimize investments on a day-to-day basis.


ADP Ingénierie is committed on 5 continents

Alongside the ongoing business in the Middle-East and development in Asia (China and South-East Asia), ADP Ingénierie increases its commitment in Africa (Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Mali, Senegal, Guinea…), in Europe with the mature airports to be enlarged or to renovate (Prague, Zagreb, Luxembourg, Dublin…), and, more recently, on the American continent, with, in the side of Chile and Panama, a promising North American breakthrough.


Airport Terminal

• Bogota, Colombia El Dorado intenational airport 
• Dublin, Irland Dublín International airport 
• Almaty, Kazakhstan Almaty International airport 
• Doha, Qatar New Doha International Airport, Emiri Pavilion 
• UAE, Dubai International Airport Extension of Terminal 2, Terminal 3 module 2&3 
• Saudi Arabia, Jeddah King Abdulaziz International Airport 
• Mauritus, Plaisance SSR International Airport 

Air Traffic Control Towers

• UAE, Abu Dhabi Abu Dhabi international Airport 
• Vietnam, Hanoi Noi Bai international Airport 
• Egypt, Cairo international Airport 
• Saudi Arabia, Jeddah King Abdulaziz international Airport 
• Qatar, Doha New Doha international airport 
• Libya, Tripoli Tripoli international airport 

Cargo, maintenance and logistics

• Spain, Seville Airbus A400M Final assembly line 
• Qatar, Doha Qatar Airways maintenance centre 
• USA, Alabama Final Assembly line for Airbus KC-45-A, master plan 
• Belgium, Bierset Bierset Military Base

Airport Master plans

• France, Paris Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Orly international airports 
• Libya, Tripoli Tripoli interNational Airport 
• Saudi Arabia, Jeddah King Abdulaziz International Airport

Airport Project management

• Oman, Muscat and Salalah Internationals Airports 
• Oman Sultanat Secondary Oman Airports 
• Mexico Technical Assistance for 13 Airports