Work Experience

Each consortium member brings a strong track record of proven successes across a variety of industries, including aviation. Listed below is a sample of relevant experience. Please follow the hyperlinks to learn more about each project and other projects of note.

Lynden Pindling International Airport, The Bahamas

With 20 years experience building and operating airports worldwide, Vantage Airport Group oversaw the redevelopment of Lynden Pindling International Airport in The Bahamas and currently operates the airport.

The $410 million redevelopment, which included design, construction and financing, transformed the airport into a place of pride for Bahamians and a welcoming first and last impression for visitors to the island.

The project, one of the Caribbean’s largest infrastructure projects, was completed on time and on budget.

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Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge over the Cooper River

Skanska and Parsons Brinckerhoff came together to deliver a $540 million design-build contract to construct a new bridge over the Cooper River in Charleston, S.C.

The new bridge, which has a main span of 1,546 ft, and is over two miles from end to end, is the second longest cable-stayed bridge in North America.

The joint venture not only maintained the project schedule and managed the quality assurance/quality control program, traffic control, utility relocation, community relations, safety, and a DBE program, but did all this while bringing the project in well ahead of schedule.

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AirTrain

Skanska and WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc. worked to successfully deliver the $1.2 billion AirTrain project for the PANYNJ. Skanska served as the builder and Parsons Brinckerhoff served as the General Engineering Consultant.

At the time, this was one of the largest P3 (Design-Build-Operate-Maintain) projects ever awarded in the country, and with its aggressive schedule – collaboration, and coordination were critical to its successful completion.

The AirTrain, an 8.1-mile, 10-station light rail line which opened in 2003, links JFK International Airport terminals, car rental agencies, and employee/long-term parking lot with New York’s mass transit system and the Long Island Railroad (LIRR). All stations are environmentally controlled, ADA compliant, and feature state-of-the-art way-finding facilities to help passengers navigate the airport facilities.

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LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal

Walsh Construction recently completed the $1.3 billion Bradley West Project at Los Angeles International Airport.

This project expanded the current terminal by approximately one million square feet, adding 15 new contact gates, nine of which accommodate double-decker aircraft, dual passenger boarding bridges, two new concourses, apron work, and associated structures and aircraft support equipment.

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The Port of Miami Tunnel

The Port of Miami Tunnel (POMT) is a $903 million design-build-finance-operate-maintain contract for new 3/4-mile twin tunnels, widening of an existing road from three to four lanes, operation and maintenance of the new tunnel for 30 years.

The Meridiam-led consortium developed extensive community outreach programs including economic empowerment partnerships with local Labor, DBE, and small business and a “tunnel club” at the neighboring Miami Children’s Museum.

The project was completed $90 million under budget. The POMT opened for traffic in August 2014. The success has exceeded expectations by removing over 80% of cargo tucks out of downtown Miami.

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Hamad International Airport Passenger Terminal Complex, Doha, Qatar

HOK was the architect for Doha’s new Hamad International Airport Passenger Terminal Complex, which features a 6.46 million sq. ft. enclosed passenger terminal with 41 unrestricted contact gates and 20 remote-stand gates.

The design of the new airport celebrates form, surface and light while providing a highly efficient yet inspirational experience for travelers. Paying homage to the nation’s rich cultural heritage and natural environment, the award-winning terminal expands the airports capacity to accommodate up to 30 million passengers annually.

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