Construction Approach to Denver International Airport

by Guy M. (Pat) Stricklin, Morrison Knudsen Corp, San Francisco, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: International Air Transportation: A New International Airport


The new Denver International Airport, a $2.7 billion project, is being designed and constructed under the oversight and guidance of a Program Management Team (PMT) led by the City and County of Denver. Management of the construction effort is being accomplished via an Area Manager concept as discussed in the text and depicted in organizational charts. At the time of this writing, approximately $1.5 billion in construction contracts have been awarded, construction is approximately 20 percent complete and is proceeding at a rate of over $40 million per month. All five of the planned Area Management teams are in place and actively pursuing the construction effort.

Subject Headings: Construction management | Airports and airfields | Personnel management | Urban development | Urban areas | Managers | Organizations | Structural control | Denver | Colorado | United States

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