Parsons to Oversee O’Hare Airport ATS Expansion Project

ParsonsTYSONS CORNER, VA May 8, 2015 — Executive Mosaic — Parsons will oversee construction of the O’Hare International Airport’s automated transit system modernization program under a $310 million contract with the Chicago Department of Aviation, ExecutiveBiz reported Thursday.

The design-build project encompasses work that will replace and expand the 3-mile dual-lane automated people mover to service more passengers, abolish bus pickups and free up traffic on the ATS terminals, Parsons said Wednesday.

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