MORRISTOWN, N.J. — Airports Council International (ACI) presented Airport Service Quality (ASQ) awards to three airports where Louis Berger has provided construction consulting services.
Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport in Mauritius and Queen Alia International Airport in Jordan were named the best airports in Africa and the Middle East, respectively, for the second year in a row. Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Ecuador was recognized as the second best airport in Latin America and the Caribbean. Each airport accommodates and serves more than 2 million passengers annually.
“Service quality is undeniably at the core of the work we provide at any airport,” said Javier Gonzalez, vice president of global aviation at Louis Berger. “Louis Berger is honored that the millions of travelers who pass through these airports recognize the efficiency of these remarkable facilities.”
ACI’s ASQ awards are among the aviation industry’s most distinguished accolades. They are considered a benchmark of airport excellence. Each year, winners are determined based on the results of ACI ASQ passenger satisfaction surveys, which are collected from more than 300 airports across 80 countries.
Louis Berger and Ammann & Whitney, a Louis Berger company, provided technical advisory services for the construction of a new 57,000-square-meter terminal at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport in Mauritius. The facility opened in May 2013.
At Queen Alia International Airport in Ammann, Jordan, Louis Berger provided independent engineering services for the construction of a new 100,000-square-meter, 14-gate, energy-efficient passenger terminal. The team is presently involved with the terminal’s 46,500-square-meter expansion, which will enable the facility to accommodate up to 12 million passengers per year.
Louis Berger managed the construction of Mariscal Sucre International Airport in Quito, Ecuador, the first greenfield airport in Latin America. The team’s duties included reviewing designs and supervising construction. Louis Berger also collaborated with multiple agencies to ensure the airport, located within an area of high seismic risk near the Andes, was built to resist magnitude-9 earthquakes.
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