This project involved serving as Cleveland City Council’s representative to the 5-year, $1.45 billion expansion of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. This Project — with its nearly 150 sub-projects — created a new era for air travel in Northeast Ohio.
Schedule, budget and EEO compliance were the three monitoring areas most critical to the Council and required reporting directly to Council leadership on project status and workforce diversity — including a reporting role on legislative oversight and policy initiatives.
Proprietary software and information systems were developed — permitting real-time interaction with Cleveland’s Dept. of Port Control on the developments that were in various phases of programming, planning and construction.
Three sub-projects of this endeavor included: the City’s Residential Sound Insulation Program, involving a total of over 4,000 homes at a cost of over $100 million; construction of the new $50 million CHIA Parking Garage; and, the $150 million Continental Airlines Expansion — including its new Concourse D required for CAL’s hub operation for state-of-the-art regional-jet service.