Utility Engineering for Terminal One Redevelopment at Newark Airport

  • Client: Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
  • Location: Newark, NJ

Project Overview

As a vital member of the design-build team, our contributions encompassed utility engineering services and the structural design of utility foundations crucial to the $2.7 billion Terminal One major redevelopment project.

Our utility engineering services entailed meticulous coordination with utility companies, PANYNJ personnel, and the Tutor Perini/Parsons design-build team. This coordination was essential to review utility design alignments and prevent conflicts with other existing facilities and among utilities, including aviation fuel and storm drainage systems.

Our responsibilities extended to the design of utility plans, profiles, sizes, and detailed specifications for water, gas, and sanitary sewer tie-in connections. These connections linked from points located just five feet outside the Terminal One Building to the existing utilities within the project area. Additionally, we provided invaluable construction support services and facilitated service applications with gas, water, electric, and communications companies to ensure seamless utility integration.

In the realm of structural services, we undertook design calculations and developed detailed drawings for utility structures situated on both the land and air sides of Terminal One, thereby contributing to the project’s overall success.