One of the world's leading private investor in transportation infrastructures, with a workforce of approximately 70,000 employees and operations in more than 15 countries, has opportunity for early-career Design Engineering engineering professional to work on its team leading the Great Hall project at the Denver Airport.
The Mechanical Project Manager (Engineer) shall be involved with the supervision of subcontractor’s work, follow up of the schedule, site coordination and quality of the mechanical works to be executed on site.
The “Great Hall Project” includes an extensive upgrade to the main terminal at Denver International Airport which spans over 70,000 square metres of floor space. If successful, Ferrovial Agroman will lead and execute the construction work in cooperation with local partner Saunders. The upgrade work will include: creating new shopping and foodservice areas, relocating and expanding the TSA screening areas, improving building accessand passenger flow, developing new check-in areas, and optimising space and efficiency in the terminal.
Inaugurated in 1994, Denver International Airport is the fifth-largest hub airport in the US; it handles 54 million passengers every year and is served by 25 airlines, including notably United and Southwest. It offers flights to 187 destinations in the Americas, Asia and Europe and is the largest airport in the US: 140 square kilometers.