Americas-based leading integrated project and program management consultancy, Faithful+Gould has been awarded a contract by the City of Phoenix perform facility-wide assessments of three airports: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix Deer Valley Airport, and Phoenix Goodyear Airport.

Maximizing Facility Value for the City of Phoenix
Airport facilities include passenger terminals, gates, parking garages, hangars, and off-site maintenance facilities. Faithful+Gould’s team will collect and prepare data for integration into an enterprise-infrastructure and facilities-management solution. The report will provide the airport team with comprehensive capital planning forecasts. It will recommend repairs and replacement priorities, asses remaining life of equipment and facility features, and estimate current and potential costs.

Forming a Basis for Future Contracts 
Faithful+Gould is a partner of the City of Phoenix, and has provided facility condition assessment (FCA) services for Sky Harbor since 2008. The firm provided the airport invaluable knowledge about its current and future needs for fully-informed strategic decision making.

Faithful+Gould was awarded the new contract due to the quality of these services.

Dean Leonard, Faithful+Gould strategy facility condition (SFC) service lead for the western U.S., said, “I’m incredibly pleased to be continuing assessments for the City of Phoenix. Our relationship with Sky Harbor, in particular, has been a source of mutual benefit over the years. I look forward to continuing that tradition of success.”

Faithful+Gould’s airport facility experts bring facilities to compliance with current codes and standards while providing objective analysis of infrastructure to determine condition, code compliance, efficiency, life expectancy, and future repair and upgrade costs. The firm’s FCAs often include life cycle analysis replacement cost, Facility Condition Index (FCI) and asset and equipment inventory.