About Helipad Design
A heliport is a small airport suitable only for use contain one or more helipads and may have limited facilities such as fuel, lighting, a windsock, or even hangars. In larger towns and cities, customs facilities may be available at a heliport..
A platform(on a vessel or offshore structure) on which helicopters may land
Place Picture of one to two Helidecks.
General Safety Requirements- Helipads.
Touchdown and Lift off area (TLOF)
Final Approach and Take-off area (FATO)
Wind Direction Indicator
Approach and Take off climb surface
Protection of site
Preparation of SOP
Passenger Services Facilities and Security Requirements.
Procedures to be followed by the Operator.
The Helipad construction will be carried out by experienced persons familiar with this type of build Our work includes all safety features, foundation, concrete, brick work etc.
plus all electrical installations for lighting The Helipad will be designed and constructed to withstand loads required for the heaviest helicopter expected to use the site Paths or Walkway – These are constructed based on your requirements, normally matched to existing buildings from the Helipad to wherever you desireRecommended Landing Area or Helipad – This is sized and constructed based on the application or largest helicopter expected to use the Helipad Helipad Marking�- The Final Approach and Take Off (FATO) Perimeter, Aiming Point and traditional “H” are included in the construction of Lighting – We can provide lighting for the FATO Perimeter and Aiming Point, plus a range of other display or flood lighting Wind Indicators (illuminated) – Supplied & Installed if required