Project Description

Lille Airport

Project Title Lille Lesquin Airport – Bid Support
Airport Lille Lesquin Airport
IATA / ICAO LIL / LFQQ
Location Lille, France
Time Frame 11/2018 – 05/2019
Capacity up to 5.4 MAP
Client Eiffage Concession
Services Bid Support
Services:
Technical Due Diligence of existing infrastructure
  • Assessment of actual throughput capacities of all major infrastructure elements and Subsystems
  • Assessment of past heavy maintenance programmes/ CAPEX for all infrastructure Elements
  • Compliance of all major infrastructure elements and Subsystems
  • Operational Capacity Planning
Conceptual Masterplan
  • Phase overall layout of airport site in the concession period
  • Apron Stand development and RWY capacity Analysis
  • Phased development of utility systems and infrastructure
Terminal Development Concept
  • Analysis of existing Terminal Facilities
  • Phased Functional Terminal Development
Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Compliance of all major infrastructure elements and subsystems with applicable national Standards
  • Potential impact of corrections and remedial actions
CAPEX programme
  • Capacity driven CAPEX for all major infrastructure elements and Subsystems
  • Identify potential for optimisation regarding the planned sizing of aeronautical infrastructure
  • Derived Inputs for the Business Plan and Asset Valuation Model
Objectives:

The privatization of Lille Airport started in 2018 and finished in 2019.
ADM was appointed as the client’s Technical Advisor for the 2 phases of the bidding process.
The design process included the master plan/development plan for the entire concession period as well as the planning of expansion for the existing passenger terminal.
Together with the architectural team of ENIA a totally improved terminal and masterplan layout was developed.
The consortium could successfully win the bidding process. ADM will support the client in all further design stages.

40%

FAST TRACK PROJECT

This Project was developed by ADM 40% faster than similar projects.

25%

CAPEX REDUCTION

In order to win the bid successfully, the CAPEX had to be reduced by 25%.