constructive excellence beyond expectations

JFK International Airport

Atlanta International


Port Authority of New York & New Jersey


American Airlines, Delta, The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Project size

USD $1 Billion

Our Fess


Period of Performance



JFK International Airport is the busiest international air passenger gateway to the United States.  It is also the leading freight gateway to the country by value of shipments.  In 2009, the airport handled 45,915,069 passengers, making it the 12th busiest airport in the world.  Over ninety airlines operate out of JFK.  JFK International is the base of operations for JetBlue Airways and is a major international gateway hub for American Airlines and Delta Airlines. 

Scope of Services

- Delta Redevelopment Program Services for Budgeting, Planning, Design, Construction, Post-Construction and close-out. Cost Estimating and Scheduling.

- AA Redevelopment Program Retained to perform an evaluation of contracts and documents associated with the HVAC Bid Package 21. The purpose of this evaluation was to determine if F.W. Sims bid and associated contract was based upon the original project schedule. To perform this evaluation numerous documents were provided by American Airlines to assist us in the review process.

- Value Engineering/Value Planning Services, Redevelopment Program Value planning (VP)/ value engineering (VE) studies and cost estimating services for several elements of this Redevelopment Program.  Formed three separate teams of professionals to address value planning issues in connection with the Van Wyck Corridor Improvement project; value engineering issues for the JFK Areas 1 & 4 Roadways packages; and additional value planning issues related to the Central Terminal Area  (CTA) and Landscaping, and the Update of the JFK  Redevelopment Planning Parameters.  Prepared independent validations of the base cost estimates and separate cost estimates for the VP/VE proposals.The teams also conducted a comprehensive assessment of the qualitative risk factors associated with each project, as well as, the  quantitative risks inherent in the cost estimates and proposed project schedules. Mitigation techniques for each perceived risk factor were also proposed and included in the report. 

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