Most recently, she served as an Operational Readiness and Airport Transfer (ORAT) project manager with Qatar Civil Aviation Authority for Hamad International Airport. ORAT is a tested and proven methodology for airport planning which cuts down on stresses to the end user by setting a clear plan and methodically checking every foreseeable outcome along the way, preventing mistakes from occurring during the transition from construction to operation. Mia's experience in this process further enhances her experience in the aviation sector.
In her role for Faithful+Gould, Buchignani is working as a project and ORAT manager for United Airlines' project management office (PMO) at the airline's Houston hub at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH). United's new Terminal C North project, which is an integral component of Houston Airport System's IAH master plan, consists of a new 265,000-square-foot concourse facility with 11 new gates.
Faithful+Gould Vice President Ashley Hough, lead project manager on the United project, said, "Mia's experience in the Aviation Sector makes her a great asset to our overall team structure. Her knowledge of ORAT in particular gives her added expertise that I am confident will prove to be highly valuable. We look forward to welcoming Mia to our team and collaborating with her on this project and more in the future."
Faithful+Gould (www.fgould.com) is a world-leading integrated project and program management consultancy. Operating at the forefront of the industry for more than 65 years, Faithful+Gould has approximately 600 employees delivering project and program management consultancy worldwide. With its headquarters located in New York, New York, Faithful+Gould has 60 offices worldwide. Faithful+Gould is a part of Atkins (www.atkinsglobal.com), one of the world's leading design, engineering and project management consultancies.
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