Hill International, a managing construction risk firm, announced today that its joint venture with Abadjis Systems, Ltd. (ASL) has been awarded a contract by the City of Phoenix to provide aviation capital program management staff support services in connection with the Capital Improvement Program at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
The contract, which has a one-year base term and four one-year options, has a value to the joint venture of approximately $36M if all option terms are exercised. Hill and ASL are equal partners in the joint venture.
The Capital Improvement Program is comprised of a five-year development program that includes the $500M Terminal Modernization Program and PHX Sky Train Stage 1A, as well as other terminal, airfield, parking, cargo, general office and facilities projects.
The program management services to be provided by the Hill/ASL joint venture will augment airport staff to form a collaborative and integrated program management team. In addition to program management, the joint venture will provide estimating, scheduling and other project management related services as required.
“We look forward to supporting our long-term client the City of Phoenix with their Sky Harbor Capital Improvement Program,” said Michael B. Smith, Hill’s Senior Vice President and Western Regional Manager.
ABL, founded in 1991, provides program management services. ASL’s core business is the management of complex programs in the aviation industry.
Hill International, which has an office in Phoenix, provides program management, project management, construction management and construction claims and consulting services.