Newark International Airport Continental Airlines Global Gateway, Newark, NJ.
SIMCO provided design services for the reconfiguration and reconstruction of the multi-level frontage roadway system currently serving Terminal C at the Newark International Airport. As part of the overall Terminal C Redevelopment project, also referred to as the Continental Airlines Global Gateway Program, the changes to the existing frontage roadway system had to be implemented while maintaining full passenger service and operations at the terminal complex. The existing Bypass Roadway was demolished and replaced with a new widened structure. In addition, a new Arrivals Roadway for LOV and HOV vehicles was created and extended into the at-grade parking area. Based on the preliminary Terminal C and frontage roadway reconfiguration concepts developed by Continental Airlines and the PANYNJ, the design team carried the Terminal C design process through 35% Design Development, 85% Design Development and 100% Construction Document submittals.
SIMCO provided construction support services to the design team with respect to: identification of temporary truck haul routes, preparation of the maintenance and protection of traffic (MPT) plans, determination of the extent and level of parking impacts expected during each construction stage, development of signage layout designs, preparation of pavement marking plans, design of temporary and permanent traffic signal plans, revision of plans to reflect field conditions and changes and preparation of responses to contractor RFIs.
Owner:Continental Airlines, Inc
Client:SOM/TAMS Joint Venture Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Architects, PA
Contact:Mr. Robert Chicas, R.A.
Date of Service:2004 – 2006