The $2.4-billion redevelopment program will replace the existing terminal building that opened to the public in 1973. It will serve 13.6 million annual passengers and provide an open, modern terminal with easy access to improve passenger experience and the flexibility to grow and change with the increasing demands and evolving requirements for air travel. The program’s main elements include the new 1,000,000-square-foot, 33-gate Terminal A building, parking garage and associated toll plazas, aeronautical taxi lane network and apron, and redesigned roadway and bridges, utilities, and site work to serve the new terminal.
PMA provides comprehensive project controls services such as scheduling, risk assessment, program reporting, eBuilder implementation, logistics analysis, document management oversight, cost reporting, and business information modeling (BIM)/virtual design and construction (VDC). PMA also provides project controls oversight with responsibility for facilitating the integration of these disciplines across the program, reporting to the program team and executive management, and is responsible for the internal risk management program.