Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, JFK Cogen Plant, JFK International Airport

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, JFK Cogen Plant, JFK International Airport

Project Overview

John F. Kennedy International Airport, located on 5,000 acres in Jamaica, Queens, is fifth busiest airport in the U.S., and the busiest of the three commercial airports in the New York metropolitan area. The airport is powered in part by a 107-MW natural gas-fired cogeneration plant that provides electricity as well as thermal energy for heating and cooling.

Envision provided detailed estimating to determine the cost of replacing three of the plant’s aging cooling towers, as well as ancillary piping and building enclosures.

Project Information

Owner Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Project Start October 2016
Project End December 2016
Project Cost $3.8B
Envision’s Role
  • Cost Estimating