Project Story

LaGuardia Airport, Terminal B

21K+ tons of recycled concrete. 1.3M sq ft of new terminal space. The largest public-private partnership in U.S. aviation history.

The New Terminal B Has Arrived

LaGuardia Airport opened to the public in 1964 with a design capacity of 8 million annual air passengers. Today, Terminal B annually serves more than 14 million passengers.

The redevelopment at one of the nation’s busiest airports began in 2016 and is the largest public-private-partnership (P3) in U.S. aviation history and one of the most complex projects ever undertaken. Through close collaboration with the Port Authority and other stakeholders, contractors developed a multi-phase construction plan that allowed for the ground-up construction of a brand-new terminal on a small geographic footprint, all without disrupting operations of the existing facility.

“We’re grateful for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reimagine LaGuardia from the ground up, and for the thousands of employees, subcontractors, and trades who helped us realize this vision.”

Richard Kennedy

President and CEO

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