Mauritius: Improvement & Modernisation of Plaissance Airport

Client Govt. of Mauritius
Consultant AAI
Cost US $40,000
Commencement March 1984
Completion March 1986
 
AAI undertook the feasibility study for improvement and modernization of Plaisance Airport in Mauritius, including air field pavements, air field lighting and on acceptance of the report, AAI deputed its specialists in the field of Civil & Electrical engineering for advising/consultancy to the executing agency during construction/implementation of the project scheme.

Yemen: Alghaidha Airport

Client Republic of Yemen
Consultant Kocks GMBH, Germany
Cost US $23.64 Million
Commencement June 1983
Completion December 1986
 
After successful completion of Riyan Airport Project, the Govt. of Yemen awarded the consultancy contract to AAI for Algidha Airport followed by construction contract. The project included construction of runway, link taxiway, apron, administrative blocks, terminal and other ancillary buildings. The construction materials such as cement, bitument, including plant & machinery were required to be transported by sea.

Libya: Brak Airport Stage - II

Client Libyan Govt
Consultant Italconsult, Italy
Cost US $41.60 Million
Commencement June 1982
Completion April 1985
Extension of runway 1350mtr x 45mtr; secondary runway 1600mtr; x 30mtr; Parallel taxiway 2600m long; Parking apron, Internal Roads, Chain link fencing etc.

Algeria: Batna Airport

Client Republic of Algeria
Consultant AAI
Cost US $0.51 Million
Commencement June 1982
Completion December 1984
 
This was consultancy project for development of Airport in Batna, Algeria. The scope of work included preparation of detailed reconnaissance, topographic survey, hydrological investigations, development of airport master plan and detailed engineering drawings, design of air-field pavements, foundation engineering for ground improvement, design of drainage system, design of air-field lighting and visual aids system. Design of air-side operational roads and design of city side traffic circulation system, roads and parking areas. Preparation of bill of quantities, cost estimate and tender document. The scope of work also included planning for navigational aids and fuel farm.

Algeria: Setif Airport

Client Republic of Algeria
Consultant AAI
Cost US $1.10 Million
Commencement June 1982
Completion December 1984
 
This was consultancy project for development of Airport in Setif, Algeria. The scope of work included preparation of detailed reconnaissance, topographic survey, hydrological investigations, development of airport master plan and detailed engineering for ground improvement, design of drainage system, design of air-field lighting and visual aids system. Design of air-side operational roads and design of city side traffic circulation system, roads and parking areas. Preparation of bill of quantities, cost estimate and tender document. The scope of work also included planning for navigational and communication aids and fuel farm.

Nauru: Design / Preparation / Documents for Extension of Runway

Client Republic of Nauru
Consultant AAI
Cost US $96,000
Commencement January 1982
Completion January 1983
 
The existing facility at airport were not adequate for the safe operation of wide-bodied aircraft and it required extension of runway on reclaimed land from shallow sea.

The scope of work consisted of two components:
  1. The first part was to study the requirements, design the armour wall and design runway pavement for extension.
  2. The second part was to prepare documents included preparation of bill of quantities for tendering etc., for project implementation by Govt. of Nauru

Yemen: Alghaidha Airport

Client Republic of Yemen
Consultant AAI
Cost US $23.64 Million
Commencement April 1981
Completion July 1986
 
Consultancy of design of runway, link taxiway, apron, administrative blocks, terminal and other ancillary buildings. This consultancy project for design aspects ultimately was converted by Republic of Yemen into a turn-key project for airport development.

Tanzania: Mafia Airport

Client Govt. of Tanzania
Consultant AAI
Cost US $0.016 Million
Commencement April 1981
Completion July 1982
The project included development work including preparation of report, detailed engineering drawing and other associated documents.

Yemen: Riyan Airport

Client Republic of Yemen
Consultant Kocks GMBH, Germany
Cost US $25.69 Million
Commencement November 1979
Completion May 1982
 
Construction of runway, link taxiway, apron, terminal building, cargo and other ancillary buildings including bulk services, air-field lighting etc. Construction material such as cement bitumen etc., including plant and machinery was transported by the barges for timely completion of the work. The entire project was executed in-house by AAI using latest equipment and machinery. The local available materials were largely used for keeping the project cost within the stipulated limit.

Maldives: Hulule Airport

Client Government of Maldives
Consultant Kocks GMBH, Germany
Cost US $11.00 Million
Commencement April 1978
Completion November 1981
 
Extension & resurfacing of runway, construction of apron, terminal building, control tower, fuel tank, water supply, drainage and sewerage facilities etc. Construction was completed under difficult logistics and adverse climatic conditions besides this, building materials and machinery were also transported by sea. The runway extension was on reclaimed land on coral base.

Libya: Brak Airport Stage - I

Client Libyan Govt
Consultant Italconsult, Italy
Cost US $25.17 Million
Commencement June 1978
Completion April 1982
Construction of main runway 2500mtr x 30mtr; Parallel taxiway 960mtr x 30mtr; Aircraft Parking Apron, Powerhouse Building, Peripheral Roads and chain link fencing. The geographical location of the site posed logistics problems of movement for construction machinery and material over large desert areas and AAI's engineers were able to resolve these.

Libya: New Ghat Airport Project

Client Libyan Govt
Consultant Italconsult, Italy
Cost US $70.20 Million
Commencement January 1976
Completion April 1979
Construction of main runway 3600mtr x 45mtr; secondary runway 1500mtr x 30 mtr; Parallel taxiway 3700mtr x 30 mtr; Aprons (2 nos.) 200mtr x 100mtr terminal and other building with public address system, air-field lighting, peripheral road, internal roads and Air force camp. The adverse geographical location of the site posed logistics problems for movement of construction machinery and material over large desert areas and AAI's engineers were able to resolve these.
The work was completed in record time. Libyan authorities were so satisfied with the planning, execution and quality of the work "Ghat Airport Project" that they entrusted Brat Project to AAI without taking recourse to call of tenders.