Project management company SNC-Lavalin has received a contract for the delivery of programme management and design criteria professional services to Pensacola International Airport in Florida, US.

As part of the $8m contract, which has a term of around three years, the firm will assist City of Pensacola, the airport owner and operator, in concluding Project Titan Element 2.

Worth $146m, this project is a maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility development programme.

Project Titan Element 2 covers the development of two MRO hangars, administrative office space and a support services centre.

Furthermore, it involves a taxiway extension, landside parking, access roadways and miscellaneous related site upgrades.

SNC-Lavalin will provide support services, including data collection on the existing site, coordination of the project’s development, design and construction, and project schedule development and updates.

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The contract also includes project budget review, development of a design criteria package and supporting the selection of the design-build team (D-B), as well as reviewing the D-B team designs and performing oversight and inspection for the D-B team construction.

SNC-Lavalin president and CEO Ian Edwards said: “From airport engineering to programme and project management, we leverage our end-to-end expertise and capabilities for our global clients in the airports and aviation markets.

“Our proven track record in the sector enables us to deliver intelligent, cost-effective solutions that address and meet the requirements of a carbon-conscious world.”

In March, SNC-Lavalin restarted work on the Southwest Florida International Airport (RSW) Terminal Expansion Project in the US.