Common Use Passenger Processing System (CUPPS)
Parsons Transportation Group, Inc. www.parsons.com
Parsons Transportation Group is tasked with management and oversight of architect-engineer and construction agreements, which include monitoring, reporting and making recommendations regarding Improvement Program costs, schedules and budgets. Parsons is one of the world's largest engineering and construction organizations specializing in infrastructure, transportation, planning, environmental, and more.
Snyder Langston www.snyder-langston.com
Snyder Langston is tasked with the design-build of the Common Use Passenger Processing System. Established in 1959, Snyder Langston is a trusted real estate and construction advisor to Fortune 500, mid-size and start-up companies. Snyder Langston is a leader in the Western United States, but maintains their strongest presence as one of Southern California's largest and most respected builders. Snyder Langston has successfully developed millions of square feet of space across virtually every real estate sector.
Ultra Electronics Airport Systemswww.ultra-as.com
Ultra Electronics Airport Systems is tasked with the design and implementation of the Common Use Passenger Processing System working under Snyder Langston as a subcontractor. Ultra is one of the leading provider of Airport information solutions. Ultra has a comprehensive suite of offerings in Airport Operational Systems, Passenger Processing Systems and Ground Handling Systems.
Millwork (Terminal C)
McCarthy Building Companies, Inc.www.mccarthy.com
McCarthy Building Companies is tasked with the construction of cabinetry or "millwork" of the Common Use Passenger Processing System in Terminal C. Founded in 1864, McCarthy is one of the oldest privately owned construction firms in the United States. For 138 Years, McCarthy was a family-owned business until 2002, when the company became 100% employee owned.