SYNOPSIS: The Port of Seattle is building a new, expanded International Arrivals Facility (IAF) at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to significantly enhance the international passenger experience, advance the Puget Sound region as a leading tourism and business gateway, and serve the traveling public well into the future. The IAF, the most complex capital development program in the history of the 70-year-old airport, will significantly improve the arrival process for international passengers without adding new gates. The existing 1970s-era facilities cannot accommodate Seattle’s growing demand for international travel
The IAF was designed to increase capacity and will provide the following benefits:
- Nearly double international-capable gates (from 12 to 20)
- Increase passenger capacity by more than double to 2,600 passengers per hour
- Incorporate enhanced technologies for faster passport check clearance
- Increase size and number of bag claim carousels from four to seven
- Reduce the minimum passenger connection time from 90 to 75 minutes
Stephen St. Louis
Project Manager, Port of Seattle
SYNOPSIS: Digital building lifecycle re-engineers processes and innovates the applicable technology tools for delivering data in smart environments.
It bridges the traditional stakeholder siloes, opens gates for fluent data flow and accumulates information from crate to beyond grave in smart environments.
Director of Transformation Services
Global Real Estate and Security | Center of Innovation
SYNOPSIS: The Downtown Bellevue Tunnel (DBT) is part of Sound Transit’s $3.7 billion East Link Extension Program, a 14-mile extension of the Sound Transit (ST) light rail transit system from downtown Seattle, across a floating bridge over Lake Washington, to the cities of Mercer Island, Bellevue, and Redmond. The DBT project consists of a 250-foot-long cut-and-cover portal structure at the southern end, a 1,983-foot-long Soft Ground Sequential Excavation Method (SEM) tunnel, and a mid-tunnel access shaft with a short adit connecting it to the tunnel.
This presentation will provide an overview of the SEM tunnel and the steps how the project team, lead by McMillen Jacobs Associates was able to complete this high profile project on time and under budget.
PRESENTER: Mun Wei Leong
Construction Manager-McMillen Jacobs Associates
East Link Bellevue Downtown Tunnel
14 May 2020
The SR 509 Completion Project extends SR 509 to I-5 near Tukwila, adds a southern access point to Sea-Tac International Airport, and improves service between industrial districts by allowing general purpose traffic and trucks to bypass I-5, SR 99 and local streets.
When finished, SR 509 will be a key component of the Seattle and south King County transportation network. Along with the SR 99 tunnel improvements, the project provides a critical north-south alternative to I-5 through Seattle and King County.
Check out our video about the SR 509 Completion Project to learn about the project’s benefits and get a glimpse of what it will look like when it’s completed.
PRESENTER: Susan Everett
SR 509 Project Manager
Topic: T-Mobile – How to Control Projects in Telecommunications Industry
Date: April 16, 2020
Synopsis: T-Mobile, presenting our ways on how to manage and control 5G technology project.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere said:
“We’re committed to building broad, deep nationwide 5G that people and businesses can access at no extra cost with the New T-Mobile … and today is just the start of that journey,”
The company’s practice of making their projects on-budget and on-schedule through proper budgeting and resource planning are critical on how the company CONTROL their projects.
We are honored to have a presenter that has the capacity to explain and share T-Mobile’s success.
Presenter: Janice Pelayo
5G Core Network Engineering