The City of Philadelphia has selected a joint venture of three companies to manage the planning and construction of a $6.5 billion and 12- to 15-year expansion project at the Philadelphia International Airport. The lead firm is CH2M HILL, a Denver-based engineering and construction firm with offices in Philadelphia. The management contract is valued at $25 million for the first four years. The Philadelphia Inquirer article on the selection can be found here.
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