Great Hall Project Reveals Public Dashboard

Today, Denver International Airport (DEN) unveiled a new public-facing dashboard for Phase I of the Great Hall Project. The dashboard provides transparency into the status, progress and budget of the project.

“When DEN regained control of the project late last year, we made a commitment to focus on the transparency of the project through a project dashboard that is accessible through our website,” said DEN CEO Kim Day. “With significant work now underway on phase I of the project, we are excited to launch the dashboard and share our progress with the community.”

This dashboard focuses on five main categories for Phase I of the project only and displays each goal, the current status and whether DEN and its contractor are meeting the goals and milestones set for the project. The five categories include:

    • The overall schedule and key milestones:
      o Ticket Pod Steel Completion: All the structural steel for ticketing pods are delivered, installed and completed
      o Central Monitoring Facility: The new area where TSA resolves checked baggage screening is completed
      o Ticket Pod Completion: The new ticketing pods are complete and ready for airline use
      o Commissioning: Verifying that the building’s systems operate as intended
      o Substantial Completion: The majority of the scope of Phase I work is complete and the space can be occupied by the airlines
    • Construction cost
    • MWBE (Minority/Women-owned Business Enterprises) participation
    • Workforce program safety performance

The dashboard is available on the Great Hall website and metrics will be updated monthly. Phase I of the Great Hall Project restarted construction in March 2020 with new general contractors Hensel Phelps and is scheduled to be complete by the end of 2021.

Photo courtesy of DEN

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