JFK International Airport – Terminal 6


As part of the modernization of JFK International Airport, Terminals 6 and 7 are being redeveloped into a 1.2 million SF terminal complex with critical supporting roadways, utilities, an aircraft apron, and a ground transportation center. The state-of-the-art JetBlue terminal will offer nine gates for international and domestic flights, 100,000 SF of dining and retail amenities, and connections to JetBlue Terminal 5.

Anchoring the north side of the airport, this $3.9 billion project will help transform JFK Airport into a 21st-century global gateway.

Langan’s surveyors conducted a topographic and utility survey for the site, including airside areas, landside areas, and the adjacent taxiway; provided input on utility connections, site grading, and overall site design; and extracted data from our laser scans to create the digital terrain model and survey features in a Civil 3D CAD deliverable.

Additionally, we identified areas of environmental concern, assessed areas that may require future soil and groundwater investigations, and completed the baseline environmental assessment for the property. Our traffic team completed a detailed traffic circulation assessment and Maintenance and Protection of Traffic Plans to keep construction activities on schedule.

We are also performing a geotechnical investigation for the terminal design and infrastructure; providing studies focused on foundation recommendations, settlement analyses, seismic classification, pavement conditions, and potential construction challenges; and assisting with the feasibility design of a geothermal system.

The first gates are slated to open in 2026, with full project completion expected in 2028.