With $10 billion in annual construction volume, Turner ranks first or second in the industry's major market segments, including first for CM@R construction. As the lead JV partner, Turner brings a wealth of CM@R and Design-Build experience on major airport terminal programs at some of the largest airports in the country including JFK, SFO and SAN. As a local contractor since 1984, Turner has a strong presence in Central Florida and has established lasting relationships with subcontractors, clients and vendors throughout the region. Additionally for the last three years, Turner has been named one of diversitybusiness.com's top 50 Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities. Turner awards over $1 billion of work each year to small and minority businesses and has distinguished themselves in the industry by establishing and maintaining the most mutually beneficial relationships with diversity suppliers and subcontractors.
Kiewit's roots can be traced back to 1884. Since the 1970s, Kiewit Infrastructure South Co (a wholly owned subsidiary of Kiewit Corporation and the JV partner on this project) has played a major role in building infrastructure throughout the fast-growing southeastern United States. Kiewit's similar rol at Orlando International, Miami International and Atlanta Hartsfield has grown their staff and prepared them for the key roles in this joint venture.
A full-service Construction Management firm, Johnson-Laux Construction was founded in 2000 and has quickly established itself as a leading DBE firm in the Orlando market. Working on projects for Sheltair Aviation, Jet Blue Airlines, Titusville Cocoa Airport Authority and Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, as well as the Intermodal Terminal Facility project with Turner, Johnson-Laux will fill key positions including the LEED Coordinator and an Area Superintendent.
An experienced airport builder in the Orlando market, PSA and Turner have been partnering on projects for over 15 years. PSA brings its experience from the Intermodal Terminal Facility and Phoenix Sky Harbor SkyTrain. PSA will support the Turner-Kiewit construction management team, specifically focused on QA/QC and MEP systems.
Established in 2003, Ardmore Associates is a construction, engineering and consulting firm that specializes in aviation and transportation projects. Turner and key members from the Ardmore's team have been working together for the past 10 years on various projects, most notably multiple projects at Chicago O'Hare Airport. Ardmore will be involved with managing the QA/QC and Safety programs, as well as providing technical expertise for complex systems such as baggage handling equipment.
Since 1992, P.A. Wallace & Associates has established themselves as local leaders in small business program development, implementation and administration for MWBEs, LDBs, DBEs and other small business programs, and will use their expertise and local market connectivity to help bolster our community outreach program. They will also manage the MWBE program and are familiar with B2G, the new computerized Contract Compliance system that the Authority is currently implementing to streamline the compliance process.