Supporting the development of a major new greenfield airport in India, we’re delivering services as independent engineer for the Navi Mumbai International Airport, an airport with a future capacity to support 60 million passengers a year.
Currently under construction, Navi Mumbai International Airport will provide the Mumbai metropolitan region with a second international airport. Alongside Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, it will create India’s first urban multi-airport system. The first phase of the airport will be able to handle 10 million passengers per annum (MPPA), with future planned expansion taking the full capacity to support 60 MPPA.
In our role as independent engineer, we are providing a range of engineering services for this major project to ensure its successful delivery. This includes reviewing the masterplan and development plan – which comprises the final masterplan, design and drawings, design basis report, technical specification, cost estimates and project schedule. Additionally, we are reviewing the financial plan, quality and safety assurance procedures, construction methods, procurement, project progress, and ensuring compliance of the concession agreement.
We are also responsible for submission of monthly progress report highlighting critical issue and mitigating measures, conducting site inspections during the construction stage, and attending progress review meeting with project working group and sharing our independent view on critical issues.
The first phase of the airport is expected to be completed in 2022.