A Female-Owned, GDOT Certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)

Central Passenger Terminal Complex West Curb Improvements

    Client City of Atlanta DOA
    Location Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
    Scope Of Work Civil, Survey, Traffic, Landscape Architecture

    Project Detail

    The CPTC West Curb Improvements project for the Ground Transportation Center at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport consists of the relocation of the existing taxi, shuttle, limousine, and off-airport parking access lanes adjacent to the West Economy parking lot, Sky Train Station, and Main Terminal. The design involves the reconfiguration of the roadways, islands, and canopies in the West Curb area necessary to relocate the Ground transportation operation to the west side of the SkyTrain Station. It also includes improving the entry and exit merge lanes on the North and south terminal Parkways, accessing the West curb, and relocation of the southern access to the West Economy Lot. Additionally, it must also accommodate the future hotel and Plane Train tunnel extension.

    Scope of Work

    As a managing member of the ABSolute JV, we provided engineer of record (EOR) drawings and specifications for the project including

    • Existing Conditions Plan
    • Drainage Plans
    • Profiles
    • Details & Calculations
    • Regulatory Signage
    • Marking Plans & Details
    • Roadway Cross Sections
    • Geotechnical Soil Boring Location Plan
    • Horizontal Control Plan
    • Landscape Architecture


    Other services we provided for this project were:

    • Roadway Design
    • Grading & Storm Water Design
    • Construction Phasing
    • Utility Coordination
    • Entity Coordination: FAA, Ground Transportation & Parking, AMPT, ATLNEXT, and the hotel design team
    • Field-run Planimetric & Topographic Survey