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Airport technology systems in the design-build environment
The design-build method for construction is increasingly being applied to the delivery of airport projects. This includes the technology systems that are necessary for the efficient operation of these facilities. Technology systems present a unique set of challenges to the design-builder, many of which will be new to contractors. This paper examines the issues associated with the design-build approach to technology in the airport market, and ways in which the design-builder can adjust and refine their approach to deliver projects more effectively.
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Hunter S. Fulghum is the owner and chief consultant for Arts & Engineering PLLC. He has over 35 years of experience as a planner, analyst and engineer in the IT and security industry, 28 years of which focused in the aviation sector. With experience in over 50 airports worldwide, he has a deep understanding of the needs for security in the aviation field as well as the practical issues involved in delivering effective and efficient security. His specialties include developing the operational and technical requirements and architecture for security and IT systems, and for the past 10 years he has focused on engaging in projects that have encountered problems and developing a path around the difficulties.