Construction firm MCM has been award the contract for the eastern expansion of Terminal 4 (T4) at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport in Florida, USA.
The project was awarded by the airport operator, the Broward County Aviation Department (BCAD), and is valued at approximately US$128m. The works include the eastern expansion of Concourse G (gates G1 to G8), the demolition of Concourse H, the reconfiguration of the security screening checkpoint, construction of the BCAD offices and construction of the building shell space intended for the Federal Inspection Service, which will be located between the existing facility and the proposed new G Concourse. The groundbreaking is scheduled for the first quarter of 2016.
Keith Poliakoff, attorney for Arnstein & Lehr, said, “We congratulate BCAD for their professionalism in selecting MCM to do the job. The competitive process was challenging but taxpayers can rest assured that the county did a great job selecting the best contractor to help modernize one of the county’s most important economic engines.”