Groupe ADP wins several contracts for consulting and planning in the U.S.
Merchant Aviation has won a series of new contracts across the U.S. including the $340 million investment in the JFK development.
Merchant Aviation, a Groupe ADP-owned company and U.S. based aviation strategic and design consulting firm, with ADP Ingénierie, has won a series of new contracts in the U.S. to provide various services in airports planning for airports authorities and major international airports of the country.
Strategic planning and design services for Terminal 8 (managed by American Airlines) expansion at John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) International Airport, New York
Within the overall multibillion JFK redevelopment programme, New York State Governor has launched a $340 million project to expand the current Terminal 8. American Airlines, which operates this terminal, has chosen the Merchant Aviation team to provide a creative and innovative terminal planning and conceptual design. Merchant Aviation is therefore in charge of developing both the strategic plan and the conceptual design, while improving passenger experience and providing operational and safety efficiency. The enhanced terminal facility will be commissioned in 2022.
On-call airport planning contract on Denver International Airport
Boosted by the dynamic growth in its international traffic, Denver International Airport recently chose Merchant Aviation for an on-call planning contract for the next three years with a wide scope of services. This contract includes terminal planning, airside and landside planning, operational planning, cargo planning, FAA (Federal Aviation Authority) compliance and ATC procedures coordination. Passenger traffic forecasts, modelling and simulation services, financial feasibility studies, airport zoning and land use studies are also in the scope of the contract.
On-call planning services for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ)
PANYNJ recently selected several consulting firms to provide planning services on its airports network composed of 12 runways and 14 passenger terminals serving more than 120 million passengers per year. As part of this mission, Merchant Aviation will provide, for the next four years, airport facility planning and forecasting, aeronautical technical services and operational planning services, airport capacity planning, security planning, properties and commercial development studies, customer experience and digital innovation studies, and safety management systems with FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) coordination.
Programme coordination and planning for the replacement of the Central Terminal at LaGuardia Airport, New-York
The replacement of the LaGuardia Central Terminal Building – which has 35 boarding gates – is currently one of the largest aviation capital improvement projects underway in the U.S. PANYNJ has awarded this large public-private partnership contract to LaGuardia Gateway Partners. Merchant Aviation is assisting American Airlines (which accounts for more than 55 per cent of airline activity in the terminal’s activity) in order to coordinate the relocation of its installations within the new terminal.