JFK Millennium Partners (JMP) is the preferred development partner selected by JetBlue Airways to advance the airline’s terminal redevelopment project at JFK International Airport. JMP is composed of Vantage Airport Group, RXR Realty, and American Triple I Partners.
The redevelopment of Terminal 6 has an estimated budget of over $2 billion for the planning, design and construction services for the program, which includes a new, 1.2 million square foot, 12-gate terminal, and supporting roadways, utilities, and aircraft apron.
Design-Build Team Procurement
JMP has hired the general contractor and design team under one contract (Design-Build Contract). AECOM Hunt is the Design Builder working with Corgan, the lead Designer on the project. The project will be delivered in two parts:
PART 1: Design and Preconstruction Services
- During Part 1, the Design Builder and Developer are working together to advance design
- Design Builder will prepare and negotiate a Guaranteed Maximum Price (GMP) for the project
PART 2: Construction
- With an agreed-to GMP, Part 2 of the contract (i.e. majority of hiring opportunities) proceeds
To learn more about the project, you can download our recent presentation.
Prospective Design-Build proponents should indicate their intention to participate in the RFP process by completing the Minimum Qualifications Form and Non‑Disclosure Agreement.
Contracting Opportunities to Come
There will be subcontracting opportunities at all phases of the project, both for Tier 1 and Tier 2 firms in each category of work including design, construction and operations, and maintenance.
Potential Enabling Work Includes:
- Site Work
- Site Utilities
For a detailed listing of early work opportunities, you can download the information here.
MWBEs that are interested in subcontracting opportunities should forward their capability statement to email@example.com to be added to our database.
MWBE participation goals
JMP is committed to Governor Cuomo’s vision for 30% MWBE participation, including 20% for minority-owned businesses (MBEs) and 10% for women-owned business enterprises (WBE). Local businesses representing the Borough of Queens and surrounding areas will be prioritized.
If you have already been certified or will be certified in the near future, please be sure that your business profile on the applicable MWBE directory is up to date, listing the correct commodity codes, work categories, and contact details. We will send out solicitations of interest to prospective bidders based on the work categories that each company is certified to perform.
Please use the links below to access information on certification through the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and Empire State Development.
- Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
- New Jersey Department of Transportation
- New York State Department of Transportation
- Small Business Administration
- New York State’s Empire State Development
For more information, please contact:
Arkebia Matthews-Johnson, MCA
Diversity, Inclusion & Compliance