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News » US » Parsons wins $158m extension to LAX work » published 21 Jun 2018

Parsons wins $158m extension to LAX work

Parsons has won a US$158m, 2.5-year contract extension for its ongoing management work at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).

The firm carries out project management and construction management on behalf of owner Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), serving as owner’s representative for the multi-billion-dollar Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP). LAMP involves the addition of an automated people mover (APM), intermodal transportation facility, and consolidated rental car facility as well as associated road improvements. LAMP is one of the largest infrastructure programs in the US, and the US$5bn APM design-build-finance-operate-maintain contract is one of the largest public works projects, and largest public-private partnership (P3), in California’s history.

“Parsons is extremely pleased to continue our role as LAWA’s owner’s representative on its transformative modernization program,” said Mike Johnson, Parsons Group President. “The APM will reduce vehicle congestion in the central terminal area, connect with LA Metro’s regional transportation system, reduce emissions, and provide reliable access to the terminals and passenger pick-up and drop-off locations.”

The APM and car rental facility are scheduled to be operational in 2023.

 

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This article was published on 21 Jun 2018 (last updated on 21 Jun 2018).

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