Delta | JFK IAT Terminal Project
In late 2010, Delta Air Lines and JFK|IAT initiated a $1.2 billion program at John F. Kennedy International Airport to expand and enhance the International Arrivals Terminal (IAT - Terminal 4). As part of Delta Air Lines commitment to diversity, the Regional Alliance was retained to recruit and monitor M/W/LBE participation as well as help ensure minority and women labor force compliance on the project.
Phase 1A, completed at the end of 2012, expanded Concourse B with nine new international gates, providing additional Headhouse area for new baggage handling systems, renovated Customs and Border Protection areas, expanded and centralized passenger screening and added dual taxiway capability for improved on-time performance.
Phase 1B; saw the demolition of Terminal 3 and the development of new aircraft parking facility.
Phase 2; is currently underway with the construction of 11 new gates at the end of Terminal 4’s Concourse B, making way for Delta Air Lines to move its regional jet operations out of Terminal 2.