January 8, 2024, PR-24-01
Media Contact: Kurt Schwager, 734-961-3200
Seattle, WA – Jacobsen|Daniels (J|D) in partnership with Westlake Consulting, Rock Project Management, Reliant Group, MZA Architecture, Milestone Worldwide, and CMTS was selected by the Port of Seattle to provide Project Management Support Services at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). Sharing in the Port of Seattle’s commitment to providing Diversity in Contracting opportunities, J|D shares this value and takes great pride in curating a team exclusively composed of small, minority, or women-owned enterprises.
Recognized as one of North America’s most space-constrained airports, the project will pave the way for the development of additional dining and retail spaces and tenant improvements, which will align seamlessly with Sea-Tac’s ambitious growth strategy. Shaun Gough, Director of Project, and Construction Management with J|D, stated, “We are very excited at the opportunity to work with the Port. Over the past few years, Sea-Tac has proven itself to be a world-class airport, providing excellent amenities for passengers. We look forward to helping the Port and its tenants deliver an even better customer experience for passengers.”
Throughout the anticipated five-year, $7 million project duration, J|D will provide the Port with on-call representation and comprehensive project management oversight. Their responsibilities will span the planning, design, construction, and closeout phases for tenant buildouts and modifications throughout the airport.
J|D brings extensive experience to the table, having previously managed multiple tenant improvements at the Airport, including premium passenger lounges and innovative food and beverage concession concepts. Matthew Shaw, Vice President, emphasized the longstanding partnership, stating, “J|D has been providing services to the Port and its tenants for more than ten years. We are thrilled to continue this relationship and be a part of their mission to advance travel and improve the quality of life for the residents living in Seattle, Tacoma, and the Pacific Northwest region.“