"The redevelopment of LaGuardia's Central Terminal, which welcomes 14 million passengers annually, involves the largest public-private partnership for new transportation infrastructure in the United States," said Vantage Airport Group President and CEO George Casey. "Vantage looks forward to helping transform LaGuardia into a world-class airport for the flying public and our airline partners. Vantage takes pride in its knowledge of, and expertise in, airport management, having worked with 28 airports worldwide, including taking 20 facilities from public to private management."
Within LaGuardia Gateway Partners, the consortium selected by the Port Authority to redevelop the Central Terminal Building, Vantage is responsible for equity investment, facility planning and development, operations, commercial development and maintenance. The team also includes Skanska and Meridiam as development and equity investment partners; Skanska-Walsh as the design build joint venture; and HOK and WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff for design. LaGuardia Gateway Partners' members have worked on more than 350 aviation and transportation projects globally, including international airports in New York (John F. Kennedy), Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Chile, and The Bahamas.
About Vantage Airport Group
Passionate about people, performance and place, Vantage Airport Group was one of the first companies to be involved in the global trend of airport investment and management. Since 1994, the company has been actively involved in making 28 airports better. It develops, implements and hones best practices at airports around the world, which results in financially stronger, more sustainable, better connected airports for the communities and businesses they serve. Vantage's current network is made up of nine airports around the globe, including LaGuardia Central in New York.
For more information about LaGuardia Gateway Partners and the redevelopment project: www.laguardiagatewaypartners.com
SOURCE Vantage Airport Group