Parsons has been serving the aviation market since 1958, working hand in hand with airport owners and stakeholders to deliver innovations that bolster levels of service, streamline operations, and result in superior facilities. More than 450 airports in 40 countries have counted on the firm’s expertise to plan, construct, enhance, and sustain their infrastructure—totaling more than $200 billion in construction value. Parsons has helped customers mitigate risks and meet their strategic business objectives with services that drive efficient, timely, and cost-effective program delivery. Parsons is known for working collaboratively with clients, local teaming partners, and minority and women-owned business enterprises (M/WBEs) to successfully deliver large and complex projects at operating airports, where detailed phasing, staging, and scheduling are required to allow for the timely execution of work without impact to airport operations; airlines; tenants; and, most importantly, the flying public.

Parsons maintains a strong, permanent presence in the New York metropolitan area from its offices in Manhattan and Newark. Currently, the firm has a staff of more than 450 based in the New York and New Jersey area. Parsons has extensive experience working with the Port Authority, delivering projects for all its business lines. Parsons is performing a dual role on the Terminal One Redevelopment Project at Newark Liberty International Airport, working with Tutor Perini on the construction of Terminal One, while also providing design services. After the events of September 11th, 2001, Parsons led the restoration of Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) service and played a key role in the design of both the temporary and permanent World Trade Center (WTC) PATH Transportation Hubs, including security measures to address chemical, biological, and radiological threats. Parsons also provided the design for the public-private-partnership (P3) replacement of the Goethals Bridge.

Founded in 1944, the firm delivers design/design-build, program/construction management, and other professional services packaged in innovative, alternative delivery methods to federal, regional, and local government agencies, as well as to private industrial customers worldwide. Parsons has been developing, building, and improving the world’s infrastructure for 70-plus years. As a full-service civil engineering and construction firm, Parsons serves as an extension of its customers’ staff to help design, build, and modernize infrastructure that improves the quality of life, promotes economic growth, enhances mobility, achieves sustainability standards, and supports its customers’ visions. The firm’s projects range from traditional design-bid-build efforts to alternative project deliveries (APDs), including design-build (DB) and P3.