Tutor Perini Corporation (TPC), with its Civil East corporate office located in New Rochelle, NY, is ranked 2nd in transportation in the United States by ENR. TPC is a leading civil and building construction company offering diversified general contracting, design-build (DB), and specialty subcontracting for public and private customers. TPC is one of this country’s oldest and largest construction companies, founded in 1894. With annual gross revenues exceeding $4 billion, TPC is a DB leader with a proven ability to successfully complete large, complex civil DB construction projects in densely populated metropolitan environments on time and on budget, while adhering to the highest quality and safety standards.
As the aviation industry is constantly evolving, Tutor Perini is focused on anticipating and meeting the needs of tomorrow’s travelers with innovation, professionalism and commitment. Our scope of experience covers a wide range of projects, including terminals, control towers, hangers, runways, offices, fuel storage, cargo facilities and airport security facilities. For decades, we’ve helped aviation clients meet their end users’ needs through the delivery of effective and efficient projects.
Tutor Perini and its wholly owned subsidiaries have undertaken numerous high-profile, heavy civil projects, including more than 200 design-build projects valued at $10 billion. The firm has completed many projects for the Port Authority at JFK International Airport and LaGuardia Airport. Tutor Perini has completed both runway and terminal work at airports throughout the U.S., including JFK International Airport, LaGuardia Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, McCarran International Airport, Logan International Airport, Philadelphia International Airport, Miami International Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, San Francisco International Airport, Oakland International Airport, Van Nuys Airport, and Pittsburgh International Airport.
Notable Aviation Projects
Tutor Perini has a long history of construction of airport and transportation projects. Tutor Perini was the general contractor for the $1.2 billion McCarran International Airport (LAS) Terminal 3, including a new 1.9 million-square-foot building with a transportation system of elevated roadway structures fronting the facility, over-roadway pedestrian bridges, underground automated transit system infrastructure, and an aircraft ramp. TPC also constructed the International Terminal at San Francisco International Airport (SFO), ranked the seventh busiest U.S. airport by total passenger boardings in 2015. The International Terminal features include 24 international gates, customs ability to handle 5,000 passengers per hour, 12 baggage carousels, 32 elevators, 26 escalators, 168 high-tech check-in counters, 382,000 square feet of metal and glass, 18 acres of terrazzo and carpet, 147,000 square feet of retail space for world-class restaurants and retail stores, and state-of-the-art security systems. Maintaining access to the existing terminals was of critical importance during the construction.
Parsons has been serving the aviation market since 1958, working hand in hand with airport owners and stakeholders to deliver innovations that bolster levels of service, streamline operations, and result in superior facilities. More than 450 airports in 40 countries have counted on the firm’s expertise to plan, construct, enhance, and sustain their infrastructure—totaling more than $200 billion in construction value. Parsons has helped customers mitigate risks and meet their strategic business objectives with services that drive efficient, timely, and cost-effective program delivery. Parsons is known for working collaboratively with clients, local teaming partners, and minority and women-owned business enterprises (M/WBEs) to successfully deliver large and complex projects at operating airports, where detailed phasing, staging, and scheduling are required to allow for the timely execution of work without impact to airport operations; airlines; tenants; and, most importantly, the flying public.
Parsons maintains a strong, permanent presence in the New York metropolitan area from its offices in Manhattan and Newark. Currently, the firm has a staff of more than 450 based in the New York and New Jersey area. Parsons has extensive experience working with the Port Authority, delivering projects for all its business lines. Parsons led the restoration of Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) service after the events of September 11th, 2001, and played a key role in the design of both the temporary and permanent World Trade Center (WTC) PATH Transportation Hubs, including security measures to address chemical, biological, and radiological threats. Parsons is also providing the design for the public-private-partnership (P3) replacement of the Goethals Bridge.
Parsons Transportation Group Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Parsons Corporation. Parsons Corporation is a privately held corporation, wholly owned by its Employee Stock Ownership Plan. Parsons is a leader in diverse markets, focusing on the construction, engineering, technical, and professional services industries. Founded in 1944, the firm delivers design/design-build, program/construction management, and other professional services packaged in innovative, alternative delivery methods to federal, regional, and local government agencies, as well as to private industrial customers worldwide. Parsons has been developing, building, and improving the world’s infrastructure for 70-plus years. As a full-service civil engineering and construction firm, Parsons serves as an extension of its customers’ staff to help design, build, and modernize infrastructure that improves the quality of life, promotes economic growth, enhances mobility, achieves sustainability standards, and supports its customers’ visions. The firm’s projects range from traditional design-bid-build efforts to alternative project deliveries (APDs), including design-build (DB) and P3. Parsons is a leader in the design, development, deployment, operation, and maintenance of intelligent transportation systems for every transportation asset intersecting our roads and highways, including airside, landside, and seaside. Parsons’ integrated advanced traffic management system/advanced traveler information system (ATMS/ATIS) solution, Intelligent NETworks®, is revolutionizing the way agencies deploy intelligent transportation solutions.
Grimshaw was founded in 1980 and became a partnership in 2007. Growing steadily over the last three decades, the firm now operates worldwide, with offices in New York, London, Melbourne, Sydney, and Doha, employing more than 500 staff members. Grimshaw has succeeded internationally because its approach is based on the continuation of a common design language, rigor, and culture established by the founder of the practice—Sir Nicholas Grimshaw—as well as a strong commitment to exploration and a belief in the transformative nature of architecture.
The firm’s New York office was established in 2001 and has since received numerous accolades and awards, including the 2015 Medal of Honor from the American Institute of Architects New York. The studio is a place of innovation, invention, and imagination—a place where the atmosphere is more that of a laboratory or think tank than of a typical architecture office. Most projects designed by the New York office are local, running the gamut from bus shelters and subway stations to museums and sustainable housing. It is Grimshaw’s aim to be wholeheartedly engaged in the urban and natural environments and from this awareness to generate truly functional, inspiring, and transformative design.
The firm is dedicated to the deepest level of involvement in the design of buildings. This commitment stems from a desire to gain familiarity with local manufacturing and building processes and to develop relationships with the best consultants to deliver buildings that meet the highest possible standards. In part, this motivation is based on a yearning to be truly engaged in the evolution of a place—to contribute to its development on a meaningful and logical level.
For more than 100 years, public and private clients throughout the New York metropolitan area have turned to STV Incorporated (STV) to provide architectural and engineering services in support of their most important projects. With more than 600 professionals in New York and New Jersey and a network of experts throughout North America, STV continues to provide high-quality consulting services for some of the largest and most complex infrastructure development projects in the region. As a full-service consulting firm, STV offers a broad range of services in engineering, architecture, planning, and construction management to guide projects from conceptualization through final design, construction, and occupancy. STV has been recognized with numerous industry and client awards for quality, customer service, and innovation.
STV has enjoyed a long and successful partnership with the PANYNJ, working with the Port Authority to deliver some of the most significant transportation initiatives in the region. As a managing partner of the Downtown Design Partnership, STV's team designed and delivered the highly complex, $3.8 billion World Trade Center (WTC) Transportation Hub. The firm has also been at the vanguard of other highly successful initiatives, such as serving as lead designer for the AirRail Transit Consortium, which delivered the $1.3 billion AirTrain JFK, and a member of the design joint venture that delivered the $533 million vehicle security center and tour bus parking facility at the World Trade Center, in downtown Manhattan.
As a major participant in these and many of the region’s other prominent aviation and transportation initiatives, STV has helped shape current industry trends, including alternative delivery methods such as design-build and design-bid-build, as well as the use of sustainable building techniques that have resulted in multiple LEED certifications.
STV has long played a role in the development of airports and other transportation-related infrastructure, particularly in New York and New Jersey. Our aviation facility capabilities include airport development and expansion, terminal planning and design, landside and access planning and design, cost/benefit analysis and cost estimating, computer programming and analysis, and environmental impact analysis and assessment. The firm has helped develop and maintain the Port Authority's airports for decades, starting with engineering design for infrastructure and several early terminals at Idlewild/JFK International Airport. Our extensive portfolio of aviation facility work includes the following:
- Design for extensive roadway reconfiguration as part of the JFK Redevelopment program
- Comprehensive engineering for the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport New International Terminal
- Frontage infrastructure design for JFK Terminal 1 and Great Greater Buffalo International Airport
- Engineering design of Bridges 58 and 59 at Newark International
- Lead designer for the AirTrain JFK design-build-operate-maintain project and design-build delivery of the JetBlue Yellow Parking Garage at JFK
- Development of alternatives for a number of major projects to enhance ground transportation as part of the LAX Landside Access Modernization Program
- Construction management services at LaGuardia and for Delta Airlines at JFK