ASL supplies programme and project management services at some airports

Los Angeles City Council in the US has awarded a $30m contract to Vanir | ASL to provide project and construction management services for Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), as part of a $14bn capital improvement programme.

Vanir | ASL, which is a joint venture between Vanir Construction Management and ASL, will provide project, construction and design management services under the terms of the seven-year contract.

Other services include stakeholder coordination, constructability review, change management and LAWA divisional support.

The council voted to approve contracts with Vanir | ASL and several other companies to help manage terminal, airside, and landside projects at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Van Nuys Airport.

“Vanir | ASL is pleased that the board of airport commissioners chose to make the inclusion of small, mid-sized, and local businesses a priority.”
Vanir Construction Management owner and CEO Dorene Dominguez said: “Vanir | ASL is pleased that the board of airport commissioners chose to make the inclusion of small, mid-sized, and local businesses a priority.

“75% of Vanir | ASL subconsultants are certified small businesses and our culture of collaboration and inclusion is important to give Los Angeles the airport it deserves.”

Vanir has provided on-call construction management support services for LAX projects since 2010.

ASL supplies programme and project management services at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and San Francisco International Airport.

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