Joint venture led by AECOM to provide program management services at Dallas Fort Worth International Airport


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DALLAS – AECOM (NYSE: ACM), the world’s trusted infrastructure consulting firm, today announced that its Airfield Management Partners joint venture with HJ Russell & Company, one of the largest construction services companies owned by of African Americans, has been selected to provide civilian airside program management and construction services for Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport. This work supports DFW’s long-term civilian airside master plan as well as short-term strategies that reinforce the focus on customer experience.

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“We are proud of our strong partnership with DFW, where we have provided nearly $1 billion in airside and landside civil improvements over the past six years,” said Travis Boone, West Region General Manager. of the United States of AECOM. “To build on this heritage, AECOM and HJ Russell & Company have formed a powerful joint venture that brings together a team of experts with unrivaled knowledge of airport processes, existing relationships with key project stakeholders and hands-on experience meeting the unique needs of DFW. ”

Airfield Management Partners joint venture has been selected to provide planning and programming, preliminary design, procurement, design management, pre-construction, construction management and close-out services based on a delivery note for all phases of development of the airside project. These projects may include the rehabilitation, improvement and improvement of infrastructure such as runways, taxiways, utilities, security, signaling, airfield support facilities and airport transit systems.

“As one of the nation’s leading aviation program management consultants, we look forward to delivering best practices honed from our successful work at major international airports combined with our global technical expertise,” said Jennifer Aument, Managing Director of AECOM’s Global Transportation Business. “DFW is at the forefront of airport innovation and we are honored to help deliver its next generation of airfield projects efficiently, safely and with minimal impact on active operations.”

DFW is one of the most visited superhub airports in the world. Centered between owner cities Dallas and Fort Worth, it serves as a major job generator for the North Texas region by connecting people through business and leisure travel.


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