Queen Alia International Airport


Queen Alia International Airport explores a vision of what the twenty-first century airport could be and offers an approach towards an ecologically sensitive architecture. The scheme allows the airport to grow by 6% per annum for the next twenty five years, increasing annual capacity from 3 million passengers to 12 million passengers by 2033. The project consists of a new terminal, piers and passenger boarding bridges. The construction is in two phases, phase I includes the terminal, part of the north and south piers and 4 passenger boarding bridges. Phase II covers the remaining sections of the piers and 10 passenger boarding bridges.

CML are employed by J&P to provide the complete Commissioning Management package for Mechanical, Electrical, ELV, Public Health and Specialist Services.

  • Client: AIG
  • Contractor: J&P (O) Ltd
  • Sector: Airport
  • Location:Jordan
  • Dates: Q1 2008 - Q4 2013