Ross & Baruzzini Selected as Special Systems Consultant for New International Airport in Mexico City
Ross & Baruzzinihas been selected to provide comprehensive design and consolidation for more than 60 technology systems for the New International Airport of Mexico City (NAICM). Information technology systems addressed as part of the project include infrastructure/network technologies, building management, operations and wireless/mobile connectivity.
The unique X-shaped, eight-million-square-foot main terminal is set to be the largest airport in Latin America and in its ultimate phase will top Los Angeles International, Chicago O’Hare and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, handling more than 125 million passengers annually. Designed to be the world’s most sustainable airport, the $14 billion USD mega project will be one of the most innovative greenfield airport projects in the Americas, creating a world-class facility that will promote economic growth and job creation in Mexico.
“The Mexico City project is of particular significance in Latin America,” said Michael Zoia, Director of Aviation – North America. “It will become a key hub for transportation and tourism, providing numerous economic benefits to the region. We are honored to be part of this new vision for Mexico City and look forward to supporting NAICM and the project team for its delivery.”
Ross & Baruzzini’s experience in the aviation market spans more than 35 years, leading technology, security and operational consulting and engineering for more than 200 airports across North America and around the globe, including the world’s largest international airport in Dubai. In 2017, Ross & Baruzzini acquired CAGE, one of the leading airport baggage handling consulting firms. Together with CAGE, Ross & Baruzzini brings a reputation for innovation and a progressive approach, delivering forward-thinking solutions to meet the creative vision of our clients while providing an unmatched passenger experience.