Groupe ADP, through its subsidiary, ADP Ingénierie, has won a tender from the Ministry of Transportation and Telecommunications of the Kingdom of Bahrain to design and carry out work supervision of the new Air Traffic Control Centre of Bahrain International Airport.
The 18-month contract is designed to improve the efficiency of the region’s air traffic control operations mainly during en-route flight phases
It also involves an upgrade the air navigation facilities to cope with the rapid growth in the region’s air traffic.
The company says a three-level design approach will make it possible to ensure the continuous use of systems by segregating the space dedicated to equipment from that devoted to operations. It adds that this design eases the servicing and the maintenance of the equipment
Gratien Maire, CEO of ADP Ingénierie said: “We are already in the process of designing the airport’s new passenger terminal. The close relationship with this customer has enabled us to meet the specific needs expressed for this new air traffic control centre.”
A wholly-owned Aéroports de Paris SA-Groupe ADP subsidiary, ADP Ingénierie is carrying out over 120 projects concurrently worldwide