Skanska Moss, a joint venture, provided construction management at risk services during the first three phasesÂ and the fourth phase under lump sum on the 397,249-SF Greenville-Spartanburg Airport International Terminal Improvement Program. This multi-phase program included major renovations to the existing terminal, expanding the overall footprint of the airport and upgrading the terminal to meet current Transportation Security Administration (TSA) standards for processing and security. Components of the program included: temporary facilities, multiple and phased tenant relocations, demolition, reconstruction, renovation, expansion, baggage handling system enhancements, passenger security enhancements, and energy efficiency upgrades. These improvements are highly sustainable and substantially improved overall passenger flow and service.
Mark segment: Aviation, Logistics
Start date: 2012
Completion date: 2017
Clients: Greenville Spartanburg International Airport
Country: United States
Project status: Completed