Aviation consulting firm and member of Groupe ADP, Merchant Aviation, has won a series of contracts to provide various planning services for airports around the United States.
The company will take charge of the conceptual design linked to the $340million terminal 8 expansion at John Fitzgerald Kennedy (JFK) International Airport, New York.
It has also won an on-call planning contract with Denver International Airport for a scope of services including terminal planning, airside and landside planning, operational planning, cargo planning, FAA (Federal Aviation Authority) compliance and ATC (Air Traffic Control) procedures coordination.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) has awarded Merchant Aviation a contract to provide airport facility planning and forecasting, aeronautical technical services and operational planning services, among other things, for the next four years.
And finally, the Groupe ADP member will take charge of the program coordination for the replacement of the central terminal at LaGuardia Airport, New-York.