Haley & Aldrich, an engineering and environmental consulting firm, and Jacobsen|Daniels, an airport consulting and operations firm, has announced that through a joint venture they have been awarded a multi-million dollar, multi-year contract to work with the City of Atlanta´s Department of Aviation (DOA), the company said.
The Haley & Aldrich Jacobsen|Daniels Joint Venture (HA-JD JV) will develop and implement a comprehensive world-class sustainability, facilities, and asset management strategy for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), and will focus on helping the city develop a long-term roadmap for sustainable growth at the world´s busiest airport.
The HA-JD JV team — which includes 13 other specialized engineering, environmental, and airport planning firms — will take a holistic and strategic approach, identifying the needs of the facilities, asset management and sustainability business units to collaboratively address the airport´s long-term development goals. Additionally, Haley & Aldrich will leverage its expertise in Lean facilitation to engage a cross-functional group of HA-JD JV and DOA team members to identify common goals, challenges and innovative solutions. Michael Cheyne, the DOA´s Director of Asset Management and Sustainability, will oversee the program.
Jacobsen|Daniels, LLC (J|D) is a diversified technical and strategy consultancy with business lines providing planning, operations, implementation, and development services to airports and a variety of government and private sector clients. With corporate headquarters in Michigan, J|D has offices in over 10 cities nationwide.
Haley & Aldrich, Inc. is committed to delivering the value its clients need on their capital, operations, and environmental projects. Haley & Aldrich´s one-team approach allows it to draw from 600 engineers, scientists, and constructors in nearly 30 offices for creative collaboration and expert solutions.