Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Maynard Holbrook Jackson, Jr. International Terminal (MHJIT)

Mike Williams is leading the Integrated Owner’s Representative Team responsible for all aspects of the project. The Integrated Owner's Rep Team includes MPW staff, Department of Aviation personnel, and other consultant team members. Team responsibilities include concept development, design and construction management, cost and schedule control and integration of all systems to the existing airport.

This $1.4B project includes the design and construction of a new International Terminal and twelve-gate concourse connected to the existing 28-gate International Concourse 'E' and the rest of the airport through an extension of the Automated People Mover system. Once complete the 1.2 million square foot MHJIT facility will process all international passengers for the forty-gate international complex.

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Project Components

  • Terminal and 12-gate Concourse
  • Inline Baggage Handling System
  • Customs and Border Protect (CBP) Processing Facility
  • Extension of the Automated People Mover (APM) Tunnel and System
  • Short Term Parking Deck
  • Long Term Parking Deck
  • Two-Level Roadway System
  • Apron Paving, Hydrant Fuel System and other Airfield Improvements

Scope of Services

  • Provide overall leadership and key leadership team members for the Integrated Owner's Rep Team
  • Overall Management of the Design and Construction Teams
  • Coordination with User Groups and Stakeholders
  • Coordination with Federal Agencies
  • Management of cost and schedules
  • Preparation of recommendations and presentations for the airport authority, city, city council, airlines and other stakeholders

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Ticketing Lobby Development

Making Projects Work, Inc. (MPW) lead the Owner's Representative Team responsible for the management of all aspects of the project including program development, design and construction management, cost and schedule control and integration of the baggage system. The reconfigured ticketing lobby will accommodate local traffic growth by creating additional check-in capacity, increased circulation space, more efficient and intuitive passenger flows, and more efficient baggage handling.

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Project Components

  • Replacement ATO space on terminal roof
  • Reconfiguration of Ticket Lobby and installation of new Island Ticketing
  • Installation of new check-in kiosks
  • Development of new Agent Check-in areas on lower level curbside
  • Replacement of mainline conveyor systems
  • Total project cost approximately at $29 million

Scope of Services

  • Management of the Architect / Engineer and Construction Manager selection process
  • Participation in business negotiations with the airport authority
  • Preparation of Business Unit program requirements
  • Selection of Design Team and Construction Manager
  • Management of the Design and Construction Teams
  • Management of airport authority tenant alteration submittal process
  • Management of cost and schedules
  • Preparation of recommendations and presentations to owner and airport authority

Peachtree Atlanta Streetcar

REINTRODUCTION OF STREETCAR SERVICE

Making Projects Work, Inc. (MPW) provided project management services for the Atlanta Streetcar, Inc. Peachtree Corridor Streetcar Feasibility Study to determine the feasibility of reintroducing Streetcar service along the Peachtree Street corridor utilizing its modern counterpart. The $335,000 study was conducted as a project development effort, detailing the concept of the Peachtree Streetcar line to a point where it can be evaluated and adopted by key public and private stakeholders.

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Project Components

  • Analyzing and estimating the Streetcar’s economic and development impact
  • Estimating Streetcar ridership
  • Reviewing impacts to Capital Improvement District and neighborhood plans
  • Reviewing the impact to vehicular and pedestrian traffic flow
  • Identifying linkages with other existing and planned transportation systems
  • Estimating capital and operation costs to implement the Streetcar system
  • Developing a recommended approach for capital funding of the entire system

Scope of Services

  • Selection and management of the Consultant Team
  • Meeting with key stakeholders to ascertain compatibility / effectiveness of the project
  • Reporting progress and results to project stakeholders
  • Developing options for project implementation including cost, schedule and contracting approach

Boston Logan International Airport

TERMINAL 'A' REDEVELOPMENT

Making Projects Work, Inc. (MPW) provided Owner Representation services for the Delta Air Lines’ Terminal ‘A’ Redevelopment Project at Boston Logan International Airport. The new Terminal ‘A’ offers a modern, state-of-the-art, customer friendly facility with improved access, expanded gate areas and enhanced technology at ticket counters and gates. Delta consolidated all of its operations, previously divided between two terminals, into the new terminal.

The project was well into the design phase when the TSA - mandated security checkpoint and baggage system revisions were issued. The stringent cost and schedule controls in place helped maintain the overall project budget and implementation schedule throughout this redesign effort. The Terminal opened in spring 2005 one month ahead of schedule and on budget.

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Project Components

  • 362,000 square foot terminal building
  • 284,000 square foot satellite concourse
  • 25,000 square foot passenger tunnel
  • Twenty-five aircraft parking positions (18 Contact Gates and 7 RJ Parking Positions)
  • Total project cost approximately $500 million

Scope of Services

  • Delta Air Lines’ Owner’s Representative
  • Participation in business negotiations with the airport authority
  • Management of the environmental process
  • Facilitated selection of Design Team and Construction Manager
  • Management of the Design Process
  • Management of cost and schedules
  • Preparation of recommendations and presentations to owner and airport authority