Rehabilitation of Paris-Orly Airport
Aéroports de Paris (ADP) operates three major airports in metropolitan Paris: Paris-Charles de Gaulle and Paris-Le Bourget in the north-east of Paris as well as Paris-Orly south of the city. With a total of 88.8 million passengers handled in 2012, the airports operated by ADP ranked second in Europe in number of passengers.
ADP's growth strategy is based on strengthening its airport terminal facilities and enhancing its services. Since 2013 the company has been modernizing Paris-Orly Airport; completion is expected by 2018.
As a first step, the southern terminal in Orly was rehabilitated to offer passengers facilities that meet highest international standards. ADP replaced all expansion joints on the parking lots of Orly Airport by high quality MIGUA Expansion Joints that are exclusively distributed by DSI-Artéon, France. MIGUA expansion joints are characterized by their reliability and high durability.
Repair and sealing work on 16,000 m²
The repair and sealing work on the 16,000 m² large area started in April 2013 and was successfully completed in January 2014. DSI-Artéon supplied a total of 1,000 linear meters of MIGUA Expansion Joints and provided technical studies. Experienced DSI-Artéon employees provided technical advice on site and supported the customer throughout the repair project.
Since January 2014, DSI-Artéon has been supplying high quality products for the second part of the project – work on an area with a surface of 8,000 m² at the West Terminal.