MONTREAL — Quebec-based SNC-Lavalin recently announced it has been awarded an US$8-million contract to provide program management and design criteria professional services at Florida’s Pensacola International Airport.
Under the three-year contract, the company will provide services to the City of Pensacola, which owns and operates the airport, in the completion of Project Titan Element 2, a $146-million maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility development program.
Element 2 includes the development of two MRO hangars, a support services centre, administrative office space, extension of a taxiway, an aircraft parking apron, landside parking and access roadways and miscellaneous related site improvements.
Support will include co-ordinating the project development, design and construction; project schedule development and updates; data collection on the existing site; project budget review; development of a design criteria package; assisting with selection of the design-build team and review of the team designs; and oversight and inspection of construction.
“From airport engineering to program and project management, we leverage our end-to-end expertise and capabilities for our global clients in the airports and aviation markets,” stated SNC-Lavalin CEO Ian Edwards in a July 13 release. “Our proven track record in the sector enables us to deliver intelligent, cost-effective solutions that address and meet the requirements of a carbon-conscious world.”