The Haley & Aldrich Jacobsen|Daniels joint venture (HA-JD JV) has won a contract to work with the City of Atlanta’s Department of Aviation (DOA) and manage sustainability at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL).
Under the terms of the contract, the joint venture will focus on developing and implementing sustainability, facilities, and asset management strategy for the airport.
Additionally, the JV partners will assist the city to develop a long-term roadmap for sustainable growth at ATL.
HA-JD JV general manager Alec Smith said: “We look forward to collaborating with an airport that is already at the forefront of sustainability practices, and we anticipate continuous innovation and improvement in its business and operational practices.
“By more closely integrating facilities, asset management and sustainability operations in this process, DOA will realise significant maintenance, planning, development, and procurement efficiencies and cost savings.”
The HA-JD JV has 13 other specialised engineering, environmental, and airport planning firms.
The team will use an all-inclusive and strategic approach to identify the needs of the facilities, asset management and sustainability business units so that the airport’s long-term development goals can be addressed.
Using its expertise in lean facilitation, Haley & Aldrich will help the cross-functional group of HA-JD JV and DOA team members to engage in identifying common goals, challenges and innovative solutions.
Department of Aviation asset management and sustainability director Michael Cheyne will supervise the programme.
HA-JD JV operates as a joint venture between US-based engineering and environmental consulting firm Haley & Aldrich and airport consulting and operations firm Jacobsen|Daniels.