HOK Aviation Experts Contribute to International Air Transport Association (IATA) Reference Manual
The International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) Airport Development Reference Manual provides guidance on designing airport facilities that incorporate the needs of users.
In collaboration with ACI, ACC and key aviation stakeholders, Marion White, regional aviation leader based in HOK’s New York office, and Nicola Morton, senior project manager based in the London office, contributed to the latest International Air Transport Association’s Airport Development Reference Manual (ADRM). Specifically, the HOK contributors focused on enhancing the Passenger Terminal chapter.
ADRM is a valuable tool for airport planners, airlines, airports, government authorities, architects and engineering consultants involved in airport development and planning around the world.
“The first rollout of the 10th edition of the manual was launched at Passenger Terminal Expo on 25-27 March 2014. ADRM’s in-demand sections available in this first rollout include Forecasting, Master Planning and Passenger Terminal. Future rollouts will include Airside Infrastructure, Baggage Handling, Cargo Terminal, Surface Access Systems and Airport Support Elements.”
“According to IATA, ADRM has defined excellence in airport design for thousands of users worldwide for the past 40 years.”