Hamad International Airport Expansion – Doha, Qatar
- New Doha International Airport
Engineering, Program/Construction Management (PM/CM)
Built to meet the growth of Qatar and designed with space and the seamless flow of passengers in mind, the Hamad International Airport (HIA) spans over 22km2, with 600,000m2 of terminal space, 41 boarding gates, and 22 remote stands. Serving over 360,000 flights and 30 million passengers every year, the airport accommodates 50 commercial airlines, with two parallel runways.
Project Management Expertise
Since 2010, we have provided project and construction management services for the airport, including the new North Node and concourses D and E, an internal automated people mover (APM) system, 17 high-end airport lounges and activity areas, more than 140 retail and food and beverage offerings, and miscellaneous enabling works throughout the airport site. With this new expansion, the airport can accommodate up to 53 million passengers annually.
Our scope included all civil, structural, architectural, mechanical, and electrical aspects including foundation, superstructure, steel, curtain wall façade, fire protection, HVAC, escalators, lifts, building management systems, partitions, and lighting. Other facilities include gate hold rooms, activity nodes, restrooms, passenger seating and circulation areas, airport support offices, international transfer stations, employee cafeteria, staff medical center and screening stations, equipment rooms, quiet rooms, smoking rooms, and maintenance areas.
Parsons services extend to design management in accordance with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), International Air Transport Association (IATA), and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) standards, preparation of tender documents, procurement of contractors (pre-qualification, final recommendation, award, and preparation of contracts), inspection, testing, commissioning, handover, and defects resolution during warranty periods. Parsons works at HIA required careful and precise coordination between landside and operational working areas to ensure that it does not adversely affect any airport related activities.
Our experts are passionate about aviation and committed to collaborating with clients to develop solutions to even the toughest challenges. More than 450 airports in 40 countries have relied on us to plan, design, construct, manage, enhance, and sustain terminal, landside, and airside infrastructure. Learn more about our aviation expertise.