Faithful+Gould, a world-leading project and program management consultancy, has announced that the Terminal C North Program at George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston (IAH) has been awarded with a Best Project Award by the Engineering News-Record (ENR) Texas & Louisiana region in the category of ´Airport/Transit projects,´ the company said.
Faithful+Gould successfully managed the 264,000-square-foot program in conjunction with VRX, Inc. and JLA Construction Solutions on behalf of United Airlines (United).
Built by Manhattan Construction Company, the program was split into two phases: the terminal building, valued at approximately USD 260 million; and the ramp, fueling and utilities portion, valued at about USD 85 million. The two-level terminal building includes 14 gates with new jet bridges, as well as a dynamic design with new restaurants, food court and retail outlets.
The ramp portion of the project involved the removal and replacement of approximately 24 acres of concrete apron paving surrounding the new concourse. Faithful+Gould verified that all required site utilities were provided, including, but not limited to, chilled and hot water, electrical, domestic water, fire water, sanitary sewer and drainage to the new concourse.
Faithful+Gould (www.fgould.com) is an integrated project and program management consultancy. Operating at the forefront of its industry, the firm has been providing quality support services and constructive expertise to the public and private sectors for 70 years. Headquartered in New York, Faithful+Gould has more than 500 experts in offices across the Americas engaged with clients and delivering successful projects, regardless of the size, environment or industry. Faithful+Gould is a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group.