Pittsburgh airport seeks tenders for architectural and engineering design and construction services

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The Allegheny County Airport Authority has issued a request for qualifications from interested and qualified firms to provide professional architectural and engineering design and construction phase services for the Terminal Modernization Program (TMP) at Pittsburgh International Airport in Pennsylvania.

Announced in September 2017, the TMP aims to position Pittsburgh International as an industry leader in airport design, operation and management, with new facilities that will provide best-in-class passenger experiences while reducing long-term costs.

Christina Cassotis, CEO at Allegheny County Airport Authority, said, “Up to this point, we have been finalizing the planning and working with design concepts for the new terminal. The firm that is ultimately chosen will further develop concepts and turn them into a complete design that will eventually bring the new terminal to life.”

The TMP will consist of a three-level, 632,000ft² main terminal addition to the existing airside terminal. It will include airline and airport support, baggage operations, explosive baggage detection systems, Federal Inspection Services and building utilities, a six-story garage, a new roadway system to support the new terminal complex.

Statements of qualification from interested teams are due the third week of February. Shortlisted teams will be invited to a mandatory pre-proposal meeting to be held in conjunction with a second Industry Day Event on March 13. Final proposals will be due in April, with selections and contract award expected Q2 2018.

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