JFK International Airport Redevelopment New Terminal One, Queens, NY
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) is proposing a State-of-the-art redevelopment of the JFK International airport. The project proposes to consolidate the three existing terminals (Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and the former Terminal 3) to one building. The proposed terminal will feature 23 new gates, state-of-the-art amenities, and NY-inspired shops and restaurants with a local Queens flavor.
SIMCO Engineering is retained by the PMO team which is handling the overall design-build project, to provide all traffic engineering and transportation planning services will include the following services:
- Designing of pedestrian and vehicular wayfinding signs to direct the pedestrians and vehicle to the respective destinations throughout the construction phase as well as the post construction conditions.
- Designing of work zone traffic controls for various works including installation of new utilities, construction of temporary and final roadways, installation of new signs, demolition of existing buildings and parking structures, construction of new buildings and any activities that will require public protection from construction.
- Designing of roadway pavement marking for temporary and permanent roadway.
- Design of parking lot pavement marking for temporary and permanent parking areas.
- Proving engineers estimates for signing and roadway pavement marking quantities.
- Traffic and pedestrian data collection throughout the construction phases.
- Traffic/Pedestrian Analysis using SYNCHRO software.
- Frontage Analysis for public transportation.
- Monitor traffic and pedestrian activities and propose improvements to alleviate and traffic backups.
- Coordinate various construction activities and provide support to the construction team to schedule construction.
Owner:The Port Authority of
NY & NJ
Client: The New Terminal One PMO
Construction Cost: $6.0 billion
Contact:Mr. Quentin Brathwaite, AIA, AICP, CCM
Tel: (212) 298-9300
Date of Service: 03/2020 – 08/2020