Philadelphia and Los Angeles — Hill International announced that its joint venture with APSI Construction Management received a new contract from Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to continue providing project controls support services.  The five-year contract, which has an option for two additional years, has an estimated value to the joint venture of approximately $42.5 million.  Hill is a 51 percent partner in the joint venture and APSI is a 49 percent partner.

LAWA, a department of the City of Los Angeles, is currently in the midst of a multi-billion-dollar capital improvement program at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).  The centerpiece of the program is the New Tom Bradley International Terminal project, which includes new gate and concourse areas and a Great Hall for luxury dining and retail.  Additionally, there are several major airfield and facility projects underway that are part of the development program, including a new central utility plant, new taxiways and taxi lanes and renovations to other terminals.

“We are extremely honored that LAWA has selected the Hill/APSI team to support their capital improvement program,” said Michael B. Smith, Senior Vice President and Western Regional Manager for Hill’s Project Management Group.  “This new contract is a direct result of the hard work and dedication of our project team members on our existing contract,” added Smith.

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