||The New Terminal One (NTO) consortium along with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey have started the construction phase of a 2.4 million sq ft terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) located in Queens borough of New York, USA.
The US$9.5 billion project includes the design and building of new parking garages, airport terminals, and substations, as well as the construction of elevated roadways, utility infrastructure improvements, airfield modifications including work within active taxiways, demolition of buildings, extensive maintenance of traffic and new terminal construction. The NTO will be built on the site of Terminal 1, Terminal 2 and the former Terminal 3 and will have over 300,000 sq ft of restaurants, shops, lounges and seating space.
The project will be constructed and designed by AECOM Tishman and Gensler while Ferrovial, Carlyle, JLC Infrastructure and Ullico will be responsible for sponsoring the project. The terminal is expected to be fully completed by 2030.