Newark Liberty International Airport’s New Terminal A Advances to Commissioning Stage

EWR Terminal A rendering aerial view landside

Redevelopment of Newark Liberty International Airport’s new 33-gate New Terminal A is progressing to the final stage of construction.

The largest New Jersey project ever undertaken by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ), New Terminal A will replace the oldest terminal on the airport campus with a world-class, 1-million-square foot, LEED® Silver certified facility.

Consistent with PANYNJ standards and LEED®-certification requirements, on-going commissioning practices support the design-build team to achieve the project’s sustainability targets. Integrated, consistent commissioning practices help to ensure high-performance buildings are constructed with techniques that deliver energy efficiency benefits once operational.

As the PANYNJ commissioning authority, Burns provides third-party oversight. Our role involves auditing the terminal energy model, reviewing system designs, and verifying overall function and performance.

Learn more about Burns’ role on the New Terminal A redevelopment project.

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