Egis has been awarded a contract with Riyadh Airports Company for design and project management consultancy services to replace hold baggage screening (HBS) machines in terminal 5 at King Khaled International Airport, Saudi Arabia.
For more than five years now, Egis has been supporting development and expansion of Saudi Arabia’s second biggest airport and will provide a design, and project and cost management services to remove the existing HBS machines serving 4 check-in islands in the terminal, and the installation, hook-up and commissioning of detection equipment.
Egis aviation Middle East director, Jacques Khoriaty said: “Through this new contract Riyadh Airports Company is restating confidence in our extended capabilities on both airside and terminal projects and fullrange expertise from consultancy, design, procurement support, and project and construction management.
“We are delighted to provide continued guidance and support to our client with a specific focus on safety and operational efficiency. Terminal 5 will remain operational during HBS machines replacement and our consultants and our engineers will closely coordinate with all contractors to make sure operations run smoothly until final commissioning.”
For over five years now, Egis has been supporting transformation at Riyadh Airport through major airside upgrade of taxiways and apron and systems and equipment upgrade with the replacement of passenger boarding bridges, 400Hz power units and pre-conditioned air.
After successful completion of the initial projects, Egis said Riyadh Airports Company continues to place trust in it to support development and expansion and accommodate future traffic growth at the second largest airport in Saudi Arabia.