AMEC’s experts develop the synergies between technology, infrastructure and logistics to obtain energy savings and sustainability in airport buildings.
With our partners we have experience with all types of airport buildings and their interfaces with the civil works.
- Passenger terminal buildings
- Control towers
- Cargo buildings
- Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Facilities (MRO)
- Fire and rescue stations
- Administrative buildings
- Parking garages
- Consolidated rental-car facilities
- Storage facilities
- Educational Centers
We had the privilege of working on KURUMOCH International Airport in Samara, Russia to develop the first airport PPP project. In coordination with the Airport Authority, a staging plan was developed to build a new terminal facility while ensuring that airport airside and landside traffic was maintained. This included an interim infield terminal hold facility and new cargo facilities to replace existing cargo and terminal buildings destined for demolition to make room for the new terminal and educational center.
CAD – Design
Our experts consider functionality, feasibility and cost-effectiveness in the design of each component. With these aspects in mind, we develop a wide variety of CAD models for our customers from the design phase through to series production.
Overview of Technical Design
Our customers deal with detail and minute observations to develop CAD-models, layouts of hydrant system, technical and civil constructions or build an application.
AMEC’s experts give Technical Overview including Document is written based on the audience who needs a high-level understanding, briefing and little explanation about the process followed to build an application.
Generally, our document has briefing about the process, and images displaying the high-level work-flow.
AMEC’s experts support customers with overview and issue certificates and handbooks for all CE-Market products.
Declaration of Conformity
The Declaration of Conformity is a legal Document which must accompany all CE Marked products sold in the European Union. Almost all new products must be supplied to the end user with a Declaration of Conformity. This document needs to include the following:
- Name and address of organization taking responsibility for the product
- Description of product
- A list of the applicable safety directives the product complies with
- Details of relevant standards may be included.
- The manufacturer or a representation of the organization placing the product on the market should then sign the Declaration.
Detailed information On Declaration of Conformity
The Declaration of Conformity is a special document, which the manufacturer signs to say that the product meets all the requirements of the applicable directives. It must be issued by the manufacturer, or by the person placing the product on the EU market if the manufacturer is not based in Europe.
Basically, it’s a piece of paper, which someone must sign to say that the product meets the requirements of the directive(s) which apply to it.
A properly issued Declaration of Conformity is always issued by the product’s manufacturer (or representative), importer or distributor; never by a test house or Notified Body.
The Declaration needs to be signed by someone who has the power to make binding commitments on behalf of the manufacturer, but for the Declaration to be truly meaningful the signatory should also be someone who has the authority to commit the resources required to ensure that the CE marking process is properly completed. The effect of the Declaration is to identify an individual in the company who can be held responsible if the CE marking on a product turns out to be invalid.
Each directive has slightly different requirements for the content of its Declaration, but some features are common to all:
- Name/address of manufacturer (and of responsible person where applicable)
- Model and/or serial number of equipment
- List of relevant directives
- List of standards used, with dates & amendments
- Declaration statement
- Name and position of person signing
If a Notified Body is required to be involved the CE marking process (e.g. for product type approval or quality system assessment) then their details will also need to appear on the Declaration.
Some directives have special additional requirements:
- 2000/14/EC – Noise Emissions
- 2014/34/EU – ATEX
Most directives require the Declaration to be translated into the languages of the countries in which the product is placed on the market. In addition, some directives (e.g. machinery, ATEX, RED) require the Declaration to be supplied with the product.
One requirement in the new Machinery Directive is worthy of special mention. This is that the Declaration must identify the name and address from where the technical documentation for the product may be obtained and that this must be an address within the European Community. Manufacturers outside Europe may find our DOC-EUPOINT service to be useful in helping them to fulfill this requirement.
Following a review of the CE marking directives in 2008, the Commission issued a recommendation (768/2008/EC) that the requirements for Declarations of Conformity should be made more consistent, and this is currently being implemented. However, this decision has no effect on the requirements of directives issued before 2010.
One of the recommendations in 768/2008/EC is that products should have only a single Declaration document, which refers to all the applicable directives with which the manufacturer is claiming compliance.
Our Team have prepared a series of documents, which will help you to draft declarations for the most common Directives.