Helipad Design and Construction: A Comprehensive Guide
Are you looking to build a helipad for your project but don’t know where to start? Look no further than I-TAC Group!

We offer a wide range of helipad design and construction services, from concept to commissioning.

Our team of experts can assist you with any type of helipad, including ground, rooftop, pancake, or offshore helipads. We specialize in civilian, military, and hospital helipads, and can even provide solar-powered options for remote locations.

At I-TAC Group, we use the latest technologies, including remote-controlled and radio/pilot-controlled systems.

We select the right materials and components for your project and supply them directly to your destination. And when we do that, we offer installation supervision, testing and commissioning, and maintenance training.


When it comes to designing and constructing a helipad, there are several factors to consider. The first step is to determine the type of helipad that is required for your project. There are several types of helipads, including ground, rooftop, pancake, or offshore helipads. Each type has its own unique requirements and challenges.

Once the type of helipad has been determined, it's important to follow the regulations set forth by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Federal Aviation Agency (FAA), and General Authority for Civil Aviation - Saudi Arabia (GACAR). These regulations provide standardized criteria for the geometric layout, design, and construction of runways, helipads, taxiways, aprons, landing zones (LZs), short take-off and vertical landing (STOVL) facilities, unmanned aircraft system (UAS) facilities and related permanent facilities to meet sustained operations.

The materials used in the construction of a helipad are also important. Helipads are usually constructed out of concrete. The size of the helipad will depend on the type of helicopter that will be using it. Ground helipads should be made of Portland cement concrete, at least 6 inches thick.

Finally, it's important to ensure that personnel involved in the maintenance of the helipad are properly trained. Several companies offer training programs for helipad maintenance personnel


To learn more about our capabilities and how we can help you build the perfect helipad for your project, please contact us today to get a free quote and consultation. And don’t forget to share this post with your network if you find it useful. Thank you for your support!

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