AIRPORTS

New International Terminal 3, Manila International Airport, PHILIPPINES

By the year 2000, Manila International Airport was experiencing traffic of around 8 million passengers per annum. The new Terminal 2 Project (completed in 2001) with a capacity of 4 million passengers per year, lead the way for further development at this airport, to cater for the anticipated growth in air traffic over the period 2000 to 2010, ultimately estimated at 14 million passengers per annum.

The existing International Terminal (Terminal 1 - completed in the 1960's) was not receptive to expansion due its location and configuration. A new and separate terminal building was therefore planned to create an independent terminal facility, with the capacity to cater for 10 million passengers per annum.

As a first in the region and to minimise public outlay, the entire Terminal 3 Project was awarded in 1998 on a commercial Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis through a 25 years concession agreement with a private sector organisation. Construction cost is envisaged at US $330 million.

DCI's client, Japan Airport Consultants Inc.(JAC), have been appointed as the Quality Assurance Inspector for the Project, to ensure compliance with the concession agreement through the provision of independent third party monitoring and advisory services to both the representative government body and to the Concessionaire. Through their assigned personnel, DCI provide Quality Assurance and Contract Management Services on the Project.

DCI's client, Japan Airport Consultants Inc.(JAC), have been appointed as the Quality Assurance Inspector for the Project, to ensure compliance with the concession agreement through the provision of independent third party monitoring and advisory services to both the representative government body and to the Concessionaire.

DCI provide Quality Assurance and Contract Management Services through their specialist personnel assigned to the Project.

 

 

CLIENT:

 

Japan Airport Consultants Inc., for Manila International Airport Authority and the Terminal 3 Concessionaire.

 

PROJECT SCOPE:

Terminal building on four levels totalling 180,000 m2, with designed systems for 4000 departing passengers per hour.

18 fixed link departure gates with passenger boarding bridges.

6 remote aircraft stands.

Aircraft apron construction - 140,000 m2

 

Taxi lane, taxiways and parallel taxiway construction -

 

220,000 m2

 

Connecting road network including access ramp to elevated

 

departures area.

 

Substantial open car parking and five story multi level car park.

 

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Special Systems and Plant including:

 

Baggage Handling System

Building Management System

Fire detection and alarm systems

Passenger Boarding Bridges

Terminal Management System

Fuel Hydrant System

Gate Allocation System

Apron and Airfield Lighting Systems


DCI SCOPE:

Provision of Quality Assurance Services including:-

Development and implementation of a comprehensive Quality Assurance system from design stage, through pre construction up to final completion for all construction elements, including structural and building works, mechanical and electrical works, electro-mechanical equipment and systems, civil and utility works.

The Quality Assurance system is designed specifically to ensure, with recorded evidence, that all elements have been monitored and checked for conformity with the contract requirements of quality and performance standards. The QA system also provides for contemporary and comprehensive reporting.

Provision of Contract Management Services including:-

The independent monitoring and reporting on progress achievement in relation to planned progress and established milestones.

Development and implementation of procedures for evaluating proposed changes and deviations in contract requirements.

Providing advice and assistance to their Client upon the compliance of the Parties with the contractual and commercial aspects of the Concession Agreement.


PERIOD OF SERVICES:

1998 to 2003



AIRPORTS


New Domestic Terminal 2, Manila International Airport, PHILIPPINES

The development of domestic terminal facilities at this busy capital city airport had been largely overlooked and as a consequence, domestic operations were for many years (up to 1998), performed from a converted hangar building, situated at the end of Runway 13/31 and a considerable distance from the international terminal. A master plan and design for the new Terminal 2, was prepared by Aeroports de Paris (ADP) with financial assistance from the French government. Additional funding was provided by the Japanese government, through a loan from JBIC, which facilitated the construction of this project. The consultant's management team comprised a joint venture of ADP and Japan Airport Consultants Inc..

DCI provided contract management and co-ordination services throughout the pre-contract and post-contract stages with the assignment of senior personnel to the project management team.


CLIENT:

Japan Airport Consultants Inc., for Manila International Airport Authorityimage007

 

PROJECT SCOPE:

New terminal building , floor area 67,000 m2

14 Gates - 12 apron drive passenger boarding bridges and 2 bus gates

New attached apron construction - 117,000 m2

Remote apron construction to the international terminal - 60,000 m2

Taxiways

Aircraft fuelling facility

Roads and car parking, sewage treatment plant

Provision of terminal and ramp equipment

 

PERIOD OF SERVICES:

1994 to 2001

 

DCI SCOPE:

Review, preparation and co-ordination of bid documentation

Prequalification and bidding assistance

Negotiation and contract award

Contract management, co-ordination and administration

Progress and commercial monitoring and control

Completion and hand-over services



AIRPORTS

Mactan (Cebu) International Airport, PHILIPPINES


Cebu, known as the Queen City of the South and as the second city of the country, is a thriving and fast expanding commercial, industrial and tourism centre, attracting considerable international investment and consequently high volumes of domestic and international air traffic through its new gateway airport. The Philippines Government received the financial assistance of the Japanese Government through JBIC loan, to facilitate implementation of the extensive upgrading and expansion programme on this busy operational airport.

In addition to serving as a busy domestic hub, the airport is served by international flights from Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Japan and Taiwan. The ongoing airport operations demanded the highest levels of planning, control and co-ordination throughout the construction works.

 

 

CLIENT:

Japan Airport Consultants Inc. for Department of Transportation and Communications


PROJECT SCOPE:

Runway - repaired, asphalt overlaid and extended to 3,300m

Taxiways - repaired, asphalt overlaid and extended

Apron - repaired, concrete overlaid and extended

New domestic terminal 22,500 m2

Renovated international terminal 21,500 m2

Sewage treatment plant and full utilities

Site improvements, roads and car parking

 

PERIOD OF SERVICES:

1990 to 1992 - pre-contract

1993 to 1998 - post-contract

 

DCI SCOPE:

Production, review and co-ordination of bid documentation

Bid assistance, evaluation, negotiation and contract award

Project management, planning, co-ordination and liaison

Commercial and contract management

Civil works supervision

Completion and hand-over services


AIRPORTS

Iloilo Airport, Western Visayas, Philippines

Iloilo City, situated in central Philippines on the east-coast of Panay Island, is an important commercial and agricultural centre, and its existing airport is the fourth busiest in the country in terms of the number of passengers handled. The existing airport has however been facing problems including obsolete facilities and operational limitations due to obstacles in the airport vicinity. Expansion at the existing airport site cannot take place due to the presence of roads, rivers and encroaching urbanisation. In 1997 the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) conducted a study on selected airports in the Philippines and formulated long-term development requirements for four trunk line airports, including Iloilo. The ultimate recommendation for Iloilo, was that it would be more cost effective and preferable to develop a new airport in another location close to the Iloilo City, rather than attempt to upgrade the existing.

DCI's client, Japan Airport Consultants Inc. (JAC) in association with PhilJAC, Inc., was appointed for Master Plan and Feasibility Study (1999) and the Advance Engineering Study (2000). In 2001 JAC were appointed for the design and construction supervision services for the "New Iloilo Airport Development Project".

 

CLIENT:

Japan Airport Consultants Inc. for

Department of Transportation and Communications

 

PROJECT SCOPE

Land preparation and earthworks (2,200,000m)

Runway (2500m) and exit taxiways

Apron (45,000m)

Passenger Terminal Building (10,500m)

Cargo Terminal Building

Administration Building

Control Tower and Operation Building

Fire Station and miscellaneous other buildings

Water, electricity and telephone supplies

Sewage system and Sewage Treatment Plant

Fuel farm and fuel hydrant system

Radio navigation aids including CAT1 ILS, ATS

Communication systems

Airfield lighting system

Meteorological observation system

Fire and rescue equipment

 

PERIOD OF SERVICES

2001 - 2008

 

DCI SCOPE

Production of prequalification documents, evaluation criteria and guidelines

Design team coordination

Preparation of bid documents, bidding procedures, evaluation criteria and guidelines

Bid evaluation, negotiation and contract award

Contract management and administration

Progress monitoring and control

Staff training

Completion and hand-over services



 

 

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