Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) has received five Project Achievement awards from the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) North Texas. Among these recognitions, DFW was named Owner of the Year, commending the Airport's commitment to advancing the construction management industry, supporting professionals, and fostering investment in construction programs.
DFW was also celebrated across multiple other project categories. The reconstruction of the "High C" Gates secured the Transportation Construction Project of the Year Over $150 million award which also recognized the collaboration among DFW, American Airlines and construction management firms HNTB and RM Chin. The Northeast End Around Taxiway project was named Transportation Construction Project of the Year under $100 million. The Southwest Campus project was honored in the water/wastewater category for projects under $50 million. Finally, the Airport Digital Tower project garnered recognition in the newly introduced Project Controls category for Innovation. Firms AECOM and DFW Controls and Analytics were also recognized for their efforts with these projects.
"The DFW Airport team, working in close collaboration with partners like American Airlines, consistently raises the bar for efficiency and design," said Mohamed Charkas, DFW’s Executive Vice President of Infrastructure and Development. "The High C gates project stands as a shining example of our commitment to transform travel for our passengers while leveraging innovation and imagination to deliver world-class projects.”
The CMAA North Texas awards recognized projects based on their innovative use of technology, sustainability practices, construction efficiency, and the quality and functionality of the completed structures.