constructive excellence beyond expectations

Denver International Airport

Atlanta International


City and County of Denver CO. Denver International Airport



Project size

USD $300 Million

Our Fess


Period of Performance



Denver International Airport the largest international airport in the United States and the third largest international airport in the world after King Fahd International Airport and Montreal-Mirabel International Airport. Runway 16R/34L is the longest public use runway in the United States. In 2009, Denver International Airport was the tenth busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic with 50,167,485 passengers. It was also the fourth busiest airport in the world by aircraft movements with 606,006 movements.

Scope of Services

Concourse C and Commuter Facility The commuter facility is a 26,000 SF building with two levels including a connecting bridge to Concourse C. The building will be temporarily served by buses until the permanent bridge connection to the expanded Concourse C is completed. The building will consist of holdrooms, a bus loading and unloading area, airline offices, retail and concessions, and public circulation space and passenger / airport / airline support areas. Services included
Budget Verification; Cost Estimating Support including evaluation of alternatives (Design Analysis, Schematic, Design Development, Construction Documents); Coordination with Airfield Project and Concourse C expansion costs confirming costs within each contract; Coordination with owner, other stakeholders and A/E team; Preliminary Construction Schedule; Input on staging and phasing relative to construction of the airfield and Concourse C expansion; Identification of long lead items; Input into Design Analysis report including cost evaluation to support feasibility study for meeting Silver LEED certification; Critical Construction Activities list and support as needed during bidding and evaluation of bids.

Concourse A West Expansion 50% Construction Document independent cost estimate that itemized cost to level of detail provided in the drawings (approximately 560), specifications and technical reports.  Included design construction and design build estimate. Work included furnishing all management, supervision, labor, materials, tools, equipment, services, testing and incidentals for the construction of the expansion of Concourse A to the west to add six mainline gates and accommodations for five commuter jet parking positions.

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