Skanska lands $335M deal for LA airport roadway rebuild

ConDig (17-Nov–20).  Swedish developer and contractor Skanska has secured a $335 million contract to rebuild roadways and utilities at Los Angeles airport.

Under the design-builder deal with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), the contractor will support the next phase of high-priority enabling work for LAWA’s Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP), which aims to relieve congestion for people traveling to and from the third busiest airport in the world and second busiest in the US.

Construction is slated to start in the fourth quarter, with completion expected in the fourth quarter of 2025. Arup is the lead designer.

Skanska said the enabling work is critical for advancing LAMP projects, including the Automated People Mover (APM), Consolidated Rent-A-Car (ConRAC) facility and Intermodal Transportation Facility (ITF)-West.

Last month, Skanska secured a $91 million contract to upgrade an aluminum processing facility in the Southeast of the US.

In September, Skanska secured a $64 million contract to build a data center in Oregon. It also bagged a $106 million deal last month for the 95 Northbound viaduct replacement in Providence, Rhode Island.

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