NEW YORK CITY—The Port Authority of New York and NewJersey's Board of Commissioners has selected a consortiumentitled LaGuardia Gateway Partners that includesthe likes of Skanska, Vantage Airport Group and ParsonsBrinckerhoff to develop a $3.6-billion world-class terminalfacility to serve approximately 50% of the passenger volume atLaGuardia.

The project is the first phase of a planned overallpubic-private partnership to redevelop the airport in Queens, NY.The unanimous selection of LaGuardia Gateway Partners by the PortAuthority Board of Commissioners on Thursday was the culmination ofa multi-year procurement process undertaken by the Port Authority.A comprehensive master plan for LaGuardia Airport will be unveiledin the coming weeks.

The first phase of redevelopment of LaGuardia includesdemolishing the Central Terminal Building and creating a newworld-class facility with a new central entry portal to the airportand unifying previously unconnected terminals.

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John Jordan

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