Newark Airport Terminal A Bridges

Newark, NJ

As America's oldest airfield and home to the first commercial airline terminal, Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR) Terminal One Redevelopment project will set a new standard for air travel

Today it serves as a critical transportation artery for the New York City metropolitan area. As part of continual upgrades, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) called for this program which will be the largest design build project in New Jersey’s history.


Conti has broken ground on this contract which consists generally of furnishing and installing underground electrical and communications duct banks, water and sewer lines, overhead signs, roadways and intelligent transportation system, canopy structures and landscaping, and construction of Bridges N61, N62 and N63, and related work at Earhart Drive and Parking Lot P3 and the vicinities thereof at Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey.


The team will safely manage construction activities while avoiding any potential impact to current operations.  
This contract is part of the Terminal One Redevelopment Program which is set to replace Terminal A, the airport’s oldest Terminal.

Project details

Client Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Value $118M
Status Under Construction
Key features
  • Construction of 3 new bridges totaling over 1,700 linear ft
  • Pile supported Air Train foundations
  • Installation of T-Wall retaining walls
  • Furnish and Installation of Canopies
  • Caissons Installation
  • Building demolition
  • Excavation
  • Relocation of existing utilities
  • Installation of new utilities (sanitary, storm sewer, water and electrical duct banks)
  • Foundations and Installation of Overhead ITS Sign Structures
  • Site Lighting
  • Paving
  • Flatwork
  • Landscaping and hardscape work
  • Asbestos and lead abatement

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