Construction and design professionals throughout the region will learn about new opportunities with The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ). This event will address new opportunities afforded by the agency’s 10-year capital plan for your business The 2014-2023 plan includes $27.6 billion in major regional infrastructure projects.
Join the agency and learn about the $4 billion public-private partnership to construct the first phase of redevelopment of LaGuardia Airport. The first-half of the project is expected to begin in 2016, and will combine the distinct terminals into one structure that would facilitate easier transfers while improving amenities.
The agency is in the midst of an unprecedented cycle of construction at its Hudson River Crossings including raising the Bayonne Bridge’s roadway, replacing the Goethals Bridge and replacing the suspender ropes on the George Washington Bridge.
As transit across the region continues its strong resurgence, the agency is also modernizing the PATH system, including mitigation and resilience projects aimed at hardening this essential trans Hudson service. A new Harrison Station and World Trade Center Transportation Hub are part of the comprehensive plan.
As part of a Quality of Commute effort, the agency has also authorized $90 million in capital funding to enhance customer experience and improve passenger commuting at the Port Authority Bus Terminal.
Learn how your firm can support these efforts. This conference will highlight how MWSDBEs will be able to access work with the Port Authority and become certified to bid or be eligible for set aside work.
The Port Authority of NY & NJ builds, operates, and maintains critical transportation and trade assets. Its network of aviation, rail, surface transportation and seaport facilities moves millions of people and transports vital cargo annually throughout the New York/New Jersey region.