McKissack is the Project Management Oversight (PMO) services provider for the JFK Terminal One project.

The New Terminal One team and its world–class operating and financial partners was selected by The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey to move forward with the redevelopment and expansion of Terminal One in accordance with NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Vision Plan for JFK International Airport.

The New Terminal One is an innovative coalition of airlines, labor, minority- and women-owned businesses and strong financial and operating partners that include The Carlyle Group/CAG Holdings, JLC Infrastructure; Ullico, McKissack and Munich Airport International. The New Terminal One airline partners are comprised of Air France, Lufthansa, Korean Air and Japan Airlines.

The New Terminal One will anchor the southern end of the JFK complex. The new 2.9 million-square-foot, $7 billion terminal will replace the airport’s existing Terminals 1 and 2, and also occupy the site left vacant by the demolition of Terminal 3 in 2014. The new terminal will have 23 international gates, of which 22 will be able to serve wider bodied jets like the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A380. In addition, there will be 24 security screening lanes, 116,000 square feet of airport lounges, 230,000 square feet of retail and dining options, and 55,000 square feet of interior green space, and a children’s play area. This terminal will be operated by Munich Airport International, and provide connections to Terminal 4, which was most recently expanded in 2013.