The New International Airport of Mexico City is the 2nd biggest airport under construction worldwide, being six times bigger than the current airport. Grupo TADCO at the head of the Joint Venture formed to develop the Project of the Runways, Taxiways, Aprons, NAVAIDS and other facilities of The New International Airport of Mexico City.

Netherlands Airport Consultants (NACO), ally of Grupo TADCO pto develop the NAICM Project, has a vast experience on developing airport projects around the world, consolidating a great commercial relationship with Grupo TADCO that enable us to offer their services in this important sector.

Resulting from the Federal’s Government commitment to deliver a quality work and make it a world benchmark, the master plan considers the project’s hand over through the BIM methodology, because this will help to the coordination of the work teams, and it will provide the future building managers with sufficient information for the operation and maintenance of the facilities. This is why TADCO and its allies on this project work with the fulfilment of scopes by means of the use of this technology..

Main characteristics of the New International Airport of Mexico City (NAICM):

  • 550,000 m2 surface
  • 5,126 parking places
  • 42 remote positions
  • 94 contact positions
  • 6 total runways
  • 1 terminal
  • 50 million passengers per year