Delta JFK Terminal 4
John F. Kennedy airport is one of the busiest airports in the United States. On average, the airport handles around 62 million passengers a year, supports 280,000 jobs, and generates more than $51 billion in sales. To accommodate every growing industry and keep New York’s economy moving forward, the Governor’s Airport Advisory Panel developed a “Vision Plan” now known as the JFK Redevelopment Program.
The most recent phase in the JFK Redevelopment Program is Terminal 4 Phase 2.5. This new phase included an updated check-in hall, new gate finishes, added curb drop-off space, additional digital signage, restroom modernizations, continued technology enhancements, and the transformation of regional gate areas to accommodate mainline aircraft.
Ferreira performed work on Concourses A and B and Terminal 3 Jet Fuel Remediation. Ferreira was the prime utility contractor for Delta on the project and was responsible for the removal of existing concrete apron asphalt and utilities, furnishing and installing new jet fuel, storm, sewer, electric, communication, & water lines. Ferreira’s scope also includes constructing the new airfield asphalt and concrete pavement around the new terminal buildings.
Passengers a Year
JFK was originally constructed to alleviate traffic congestion at LaGuardia Airport and since 1947, has been the busiest airport owned by the PANYNJ.