subscribe to ENR magazine subscribe
contact us
careers careers
events events
subscriber login subscriber service
ENR Logo
Subscribe to ENR Magazine for only
$82 a year (includes full web access)


Steven B. Cornell: Alternative Contracting for Airport Construction

Posted: 9/20/2007

Steve Cornell talks about the use of alternative project delivery methods for San Diego airport's $700-million master plan through 2015, with work on a 10-gate second terminal to begin in 2008. To build as quickly as possible, CM at-risk or design-build contracts are planned - still relatively rare concepts in U.S. airport construction.

Click here to download this podcast.

Steven B. Cornell,
Director of the Airport Master Plan for San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

Mr. Steve Cornell is the Director of the Airport Master Plan Program (AMP2) Department for the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, the agency responsible for management and operation of San Diego International Airport. He has overall responsibility for the $700 million terminal expansion program that includes adding ten (10) new air carrier gates to the current 41-gate terminal complex. Previous to this assignment, Steve directed the Facilities Development Department in charge of the Airport's Capital Improvement and Major Maintenance Programs. Graduating with a degree in Civil Engineering, Cornell spent more than 20 years in the aviation industry. Prior to taking the position with SDCRAA, he worked as an Aviation Consultant, providing planning, design, program, and construction management services for private, public, and military airport clients at facilities around the world. His last six years as a consultant were dedicated to performing program and construction management services at Korea's new Inchon International Airport, San Diego International Airport, and Raleigh-Durham International Airport.

From McGraw-Hill Construction
Editor & Host:  
Engineering  News-Record Aileen Cho
Transportation Editor, ENR
Related Links
  • With Congestion Looming, San Diego Plans Expansion Dec. 4, 2006

  • Recent Podcasts
    How to Listen

    We've made it easy for you to listen to podcasts in our ConstructionCast series by providing a built-in player on each podcast page. You'll need Adobe's free and easy-to-install Flash player though, get it here.

    You can also download our podcasts for listening where and when it's convenient for you. Below the built-in player on each of our podcast pages is a direct-download link.

    Experienced podcast listeners can subscribe to our ConstructionCast series via RSS so that new podcasts appear in your player or receiver automatically.

    To subscribe to the ConstructionCast podcast feed,click here:  

    Need a good Podcast receiver? We recommend Juice:   Download Juice, the cross-platform podcast receiver



    ----- Advertising -----