San Diego International Airport

ASL was one of the three Prime Program Managers that had provided complete program management services for San Diego’s (SAN) Capital Improvement Program and Terminal Development programs since 1995. Program Management Support Services for the $600 Million airport wide Capital Improvement Program (CIP) included terminal upgrades and reconfigurations, airfield, landside, real estate and planning, a $380 Million CONRAC development program. The Terminal 2 East Improvements project included the expanded terminal project, which relocated an existing gate, added two new gates, and reconfigured existing space to construct new Facilities Information System (FIS) facilities.

Large and complex CIP projects executed with a SAN integrated program management staff included major terminal redevelopments including terminal expansion and/or redevelopment, terminal renovations, special systems, baggage screening, Information Technologies (IT), passenger screening, baggage handling systems, passenger boarding bridges, technology, concessions, aprons, airfield planning and airfield projects. The team had delivered projects safely, on-schedule and within budget, with no audit findings, the least possible operational disruptions and with optimum results within an integrated, highly collaborative program team. ASL developed the SAN procedures; project management tools, checklist and form and initiated an Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP). ASL had written all contracts for SAN including technical and on-call services and other contracts for various services and delivery methods including Design-Bid-Build, Construction Management-at Risk, Design-Build and Design Build Finance.