As the world’s airports continue to age, there is an increasing need for capital improvements to the existing facilities and infrastructure. These improvements might include new construction or rehabilitation of taxiways and runways, terminals, parking facilities, people mover systems, maintenance facilities, or baggage handling systems. These projects face the unique challenge of being conducted in congested spaces while creating minimal disruptions to the ongoing operations.
The challenges that go along with airport projects can often result in labor inefficiencies, schedule delays, unforeseen site conditions, cost overruns, or construction defects. Interface Consulting commonly assists clients with claims and disputes related to such issues on airport projects. Interface Consulting has worked with various entities on construction matters involving a newly constructed runway at a private airport; runway extensions and terminal expansions; terminal construction at large commercial airports; and other projects along the way.