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NORMAN MANLEY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT

Norman Manley International Airport is the international gateway to Kingston, Jamaica and is located on the southern side of the Caribbean island and is the second busiest airport in Jamaica.

 

The HIDI Group provided communications design for the 800,000 ft² airport expansion which opened following a phased approach to accommodate the Cricket World Cup in Spring 2007.The scope of work included the design and specification of a large fibre optic and copper cable network infrastructure and the design of a fault-tolerant Voice Over IP-enabled Ethernet based data network.

 

The Airports Authority of Jamaica, through its operating unit, NMIA Airports Ltd., has embarked on a major methodology shift with this expansion project. In years previously, the Authority has allowed Tenants and Airlines to install their own entire network infrastructure, including phones and data systems. However, airports worldwide are moving to a shared use network infrastructure, called Common Use Network Infrastructure (CUNI), Common Use Terminal Equipment (CUTE) and Common Use Service Stations (CUSS) for Check-in and Gate’s.

LOCATION: Kingston, Jamaica

CLIENT: Airport Authority of Jamaica

OWNER: Airport Authority of Jamaica
ARCHITECT: Llewelyn Davies Yeang
SIZE: 800,000 ft² / 74,000 m²
CONSTRUCTION VALUE: $80 Million USD
PROCUREMENT TYPE: Design Bid Build

MARKET SECTOR: Transportation