ENGIE delivered a full turnkey package for the construction of the new international airport terminal, including connection of a new substation, underground mains, lighting and power reticulation, a custom cable support system, a complex communications network including physical segregation for Home Affairs and Internal Communications, security and access control, PA and hearing augmentation. The project consisted of the installation of multi-coloured high-level cable trays, 415- and 240-volt cabling, sub mains, and switchboards. The communications and security teams installed the highly specified state-of-the-art security and communications networks, which included high security metal enclosures and conduits. 3,800 metres of cable tray were laid, along with 30,000 metres of power cable, 1,500 metres of in-slab hearing loops and 350 metres of optic fibre cable. ENGIE mobilised multiple teams of expert technicians and compliance experts, ensuring that the project was completed to exacting standard in under 20 weeks. The on-site teams and project managers worked tirelessly to keep the construction program on track and to ensure efficiency in delivery without any compromise to safety.