Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Rail Transportation: System-wide Elements, Line Segments & Tunnels, Stations & Terminals, Systems & Control Centers, Shops & Yards
Environmental: Environmental Impact Statements & Assessments
Design: Structural Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Architecture, Civil Engineering, Vehicular Traffic, Mechanical/HVAC Engineering
Program/Construction Management Services: Project Controls
Environmental Sciences: Environmental Impact Statements & Assessments, Environmental Site Assessment & Investigation
AirTrain JFK was the first new rail line to be built in New York City in more than 40 years. The 8.3 mile light rail route connects John F. Kennedy International Airport with the Long Island Rail Road and New York City's subway system. As the lead designer for the AirRail Transit Consortium, STV provided complete architectural/engineering design and environmental services, as well as construction support services as part of a design-build-operate-maintain (DBOM) contract. A fully automated light rail system, the $1.3 billion project features an innovative elevated track structure, 10 award-winning climate-controlled stations, and a sophisticated operations, maintenance and storage facility.