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After making its pitch to a selection committee Monday afternoon, Kansas City architecture and engineering firm Burns & McDonnell released its proposal for the design, construction and private financing of a roughly $1 billion single-terminal modernization of Kansas City International Airport. Burns & McDonnell, which leads the self-proclaimed KCI Hometown Team, one of four development teams vying for the job, released the data via its KCIlovethisplace.com website. The financing portion of a proposal from another team led by Los Angeles-based AECOM (ACM) was made available to the public via a leak.
AECOM, the Los Angeles-based engineering giant that helped persuade officials here to solicit competitive proposals for the single-terminal modernization of Kansas City International Airport, has announced the team it has put together to pursue the roughly $1 billion job. The consortium, called KCI Partnership, includes AECOM (ACM), Oaktree Capital Management LP and Turner Construction. Burns & McDonnell, a Kansas City engineering and architecture firm, introduced the idea of private equity and debt, versus city-issued airport revenue bonds, for financing the project as part of a no-bid KCI proposal announced by the firm and city officials in May.
The local chapter of the American Institute of Architects is encouraging the use of a peer review adviser to help the city with the selection, design and development of a new single-terminal modernization plan for Kansas City International Airport. AIA Kansas City, which supports replacing KCI’s (MCI) outmoded three-terminal layout with a new single terminal, also has offered to recommend candidates for the peer review adviser’s role from its 1,100-member roster. According to the organization, a peer review adviser is an architect who can help city officials understand design concepts, propose alternative solutions, communicate with City Council and help advise public information campaigns.