Presentation by Hallie Burdin and Kurt Gavalier of Turner Construction

Click HERE to register by May 10 for the early-bird discounted registration rate!

Reagan National's current facilities were designed to serve 15 million passengers per year. But more than 23 million passengers traveled through the airport in 2016, setting new records and straining the existing infrastructure. In response, the airport launched Project Journey, a $1 billion investment to transform the traveler experience inside terminals, at the gates and along the roads. The end result will provide passengers with greater connectivity, more shopping and dining choices and a more pleasant post-security environment. Future improvements to roadway and parking configurations will address the vehicle congestion produced by record-breaking passenger activity.

Please join the Join the American Society of Civil Engineers-National Capital Section (ASCE-NCS) at the Hilton Arlington on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, as team members from Turner Construction present on:

  • The 'New Concourse' that is being built to help create a better passenger experience by ending busing form Gate 35X
  • The 'New Security Checkpoints' which are being built to alleviate passenger congestion by moving security checkpoints and incorporating National Hall into a connected, post-security environment
  • Challenges and Solutions to help keep the airport active throughout Project Journey

WHEN: Tuesday, May 15, 2018, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
WHERE: Hilton Arlington - 950 North Stafford Street, Arlington, Virginia
FEE: Early Registration: $45, Walk-In (pending availability)$55, Life Members $25, Students $10
One (1.0) Professional Development Hour (PDH) will be awarded for attendance.

About the Speakers:
Hallie Burdin works for Turner Construction and is the Project Manager of the New Concourse at RRNA. She is a Veteran of the Army Corps of Engineers and has 10 years of industry experience. Hallie is a mother of two daughters, McKinley age 9, and Ashley age 5. She enjoys coaching her daughter's softball team, and volunteering with the Girl Scouts.

Kurt Gavalier works for Turner Construction and is the Senior Project Manager of the Secure National Hall at RRNA. Kurt has 19 years of industry experience, 18 of which have been with Turner. He and his wife went to Virginia Tech and now live in Bristow, Virginia with their two kids who are 10 and 7.

The meeting is sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers, National Capital Section (ASCE-NCS).