NEWARK LIBERTY CELEBRATES PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE WITH CEREMONIAL GROUNDBREAKING FOR NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART TERMINAL ONE AND COMMEMORATION OF AIRPORT’S 90TH BIRTHDAY
On October 10, 2018
Construction of one-million-square-foot terminal is centerpiece of Newark Liberty’s $2.7 billion modernization and redevelopment
Project expected to generate more than $4.6 billion in regional economic activity, create more than 23,000 jobs and nearly $1.9 billion in wages
Port Authority leaders and numerous elected officials celebrated Newark Liberty International Airport’s (EWR) rich 90-year history today by turning their sights to the future, highlighting the development of the airport’s new Terminal One. The new facility will provide a world-class experience for fliers with the replacement of the outdated Terminal A.
PLANS FOR NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART CONSOLIDATED RENTAL CAR FACILITY AT NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MOVES FORWARD WITH PORT AUTHORITY BOARD APPROVAL
On July 26, 2018
Negotiations with a private developer will begin to develop a consolidated rent-a-car facility (ConRAC) next to the new Terminal One, offering enhanced convenience to customers
Travelers using Newark Liberty International Airport will see increased convenience with all of the airport’s rent-a-car facilities consolidated into a single best-in-class facility next to the new Terminal One, under a measure approved today by the Port Authority’s Board of Commissioners.
NEWARK LIBERTY AIRPORT TO HOST SECOND MINORITY- AND WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE EVENT FOR $2.7 BILLION TERMINAL ONE REDEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
On March 26, 2018
MWBEs to Network with the Design-Build Firm Developing Terminal One
Newark Liberty International Airport will host a Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) Outreach Forum in Newark on Wednesday, March 28, for professional design, construction, and engineering firms interested in contracting opportunities with lead designer Tutor Perini/Parsons, the firm chosen to develop the airport’s state-of-the-art Terminal One.
PORT AUTHORITY BOARD APPROVES SELECTION OF DESIGN-BUILD TEAM FOR THE $2.7 BILLION REDEVELOPMENT OF NEWARK LIBERTY’S NEW TERMINAL ONE
On February 15, 2018
Replacement of outdated Terminal A will vastly improve passenger experience and travel efficiency from roadway access through check-In and gate arrival
Program is expected to generate more than $4.6 billion in regional economic activity overall, and create 23,120 job-years and provide more than $1.9 billion in wages
Construction already underway on roadway related infrastructure projects; work anticipated to begin on terminal by mid-year
Largest transportation infrastructure design-build contract in New Jersey state history;
World-Class terminal operator to serve as key advisor
Plans for a new Terminal One at Newark Liberty International Airport advanced today with the Port Authority’s Board of Commissioner’s approval of Tutor Perini/Parsons, a fully integrated joint venture between Tutor Perini Corporation and Parsons Transportation Group Inc., for the design and construction of the new 21st century facility, which will provide passengers with a world-class customer experience, create jobs and boost the region’s economy.
PORT AUTHORITY BOARD APPROVES NEARLY $500 MILLION FOR EARLY PHASE OF NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT’S NEW $2.3 BILLION TERMINAL A REDEVELOPMENT
On December 7, 2017
Additional $258 Million authorized for related work on aircraft parking area, accommodation of a future
AirTrain alignment and to study the feasibility of consolidating airport’s rental car facilities
The Port Authority Board of Commissioners today approved $496 million for major landside and airside projects as part of the overall $2.3 billion Terminal A Redevelopment Program at Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR).
GOVERNOR CHRISTIE LEADS GROUNDBREAKING AT NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TERMINAL A
On June 13, 2017
Work begins on 3 roadway bridges connecting existing central terminal area to expansive new terminal
Newark, NJ – Governor Chris Christie and Port Authority officials broke ground this morning on the overhaul of Newark Liberty International Airport’s 44-year-old Terminal A to provide travelers with a 21st-century facility, creating jobs and boosting the regional economy. Today’s event highlighted the commencement of work to build three roadway bridges designed to reduce congestion and help connect the central terminal area roadway network to the new terminal.
This is the first of several major construction segments that will lead to a new Terminal A and expanded service for airline passengers.
NEWARK LIBERTY’S $2.4 BILLION TERMINAL A REDEVELOPMENT MOVES TO NEXT PHASE, WITH REQUESTS FOR PROPOSALS SENT TO THREE SHORTLISTED TEAMS
On May 18, 2017
The Port Authority announced today the issuance of requests for proposals (RFP) to three private development teams for a design-build contract for the new Terminal A at Newark Liberty International Airport.
Following a request for qualifications issued late last year, the three shortlisted teams are Skanska Walsh II, a joint venture, with HOK as lead designer; TLV Alliance, a joint venture between Turner Construction Company and Lend Lease (US) LM with Gensler as lead designer; and Tutor Perini/Parsons, a joint venture, with STV as lead designer.
NEWARK LIBERTY AIRPORT TO HOST MINORITY- AND WOMEN-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE EVENT FOR $2.4-BILLION TERMINAL A REDEVELOPMENT
On April 13, 2017
MWBEs to Network with Teams Shortlisted for the Terminal A Redevelopment Program
Newark Liberty International Airport will host a Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) Outreach Forum on Wednesday, April 19, for contractors, vendors and consultants seeking to learn about contracting opportunities for the airport’s $2.4-billion Terminal A Redevelopment Program.
MWBEs will have the opportunity to meet and network with the three teams that have been shortlisted to design and construct the new Terminal A. The event will run from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott Hotel.
PORT AUTHORITY ISSUES REQUEST FOR INDUSTRY FEEDBACK FOR NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT’S NEW TERMINAL A
On August 19, 2016
The Port Authority today issued a Request for Industry Feedback (RFIF) for Newark Liberty International Airport’s Terminal A Redevelopment Program, a $2.3-billion project expected to deliver a new 33-gate passenger terminal, a 3,000-space parking garage and related infrastructure improvements.
The RFIF is designed to solicit opinions and expert strategies about the project from all industries, stakeholders and customers who can contribute valuable insights into a 21st century airport redevelopment program. Those interested in participating can get more information by going to http://www.panynj.gov/business-opportunities/pdf/Request_for_Industry_Feedback.pdf
PORT AUTHORITY ADVANCES MAJOR MODERNIZATION PROJECTS AT LAGUARDIA AND NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORTS
On March 24, 2016
Underscoring a renewed commitment to its core transportation mission, the Port Authority’s Board of Commissioners today authorized $2.9 billion for LaGuardia Airport’s new Terminal B and $2.3 billion for replacement of Terminal A at Newark Liberty International Airport, two 21st century projects that will serve as gateways to the metropolitan region.
The board approved a lease with LaGuardia Gateway Partners to design, build, finance, operate and maintain a new Terminal B. The lease also includes the construction of a new Central Hall, a key recommendation of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s airport advisory panel, and supporting infrastructure such as new roads and a parking garage.
NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT MODERNIZATION MOVES FORWARD WITH PORT AUTHORITY BOARD APPROVAL OF $40 MILLION FOR EARLY WORK ON NEW TERMINAL A
On July 23, 2015
New 21st century terminal will replace obsolete structure dating back to early 1970s
Plans for a new Terminal A at Newark Liberty International Airport advanced today with a $40 million authorization by the Port Authority Board of Commissioners for initial program management, design plans and early construction work for a new terminal to replace the current 42-year-old outmoded facility.