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John F. Kennedy International Airport Building Condition Surveys

Queens, New York<br style='line-height:2px'>Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

HAKS performed condition inspections of Buildings 49, 63 (baseline survey) and 66 at John F. Kennedy International Airport. Buildings included in the assignment comprised approximately 280,000 square feet of floor space, and included the JFK Energy Center, which provides power for all airport facilities, and a baseline survey of the Energy Center’s cooling towers. All surveys were performed while the buildings were occupied, with no impact on tenants. HAKS coordinated with PANYNJ operations staff to obtain access for the work, which required the use of boom and scissor lifts and ladders.

Detailed in-depth inspections—including 100% visual and 10% hands on—were conducted of all structural items. The inspections included building facades and roofs in addition to interior structural elements.  The results formed the basis of our repair recommendations in the inspection report, which we listed in order of priority in the four categories defined by PANYNJ: immediate, priority, safety and routine.  HAKS documented the status of previous priority repair and safety items and evaluated their condition.