Parsons Selects PRISM for the $9.2B Mexico City Airport Project

Parsons selected PRISM to manage cost on the Mexico City Airport project. This $9.2 billion mega project will be Latin America’s largest transit hub.

Online PR News – 03-April-2015 – Burlingame, CA – Parsons Corporation has chosen PRISM to manage cost and contractors on the new Mexico City International Airport project. This $9.2 billion dollar mega project will be Latin America’s largest transit hub with a capacity for 120 million annual passengers. It will create an estimated 160,000 jobs during its construction and is projected to require minimal heating and air conditioning due to its sustainable design.

“Previously, Parsons used PRISM on the expansion of the Abu Dhabi Airport in Abu Dhabi, UAE. We are thrilled to partner with Parsons on the building of this new airport in Mexico City that will increase capacity as well as promote economic growth,” said Jack Leahey, Senior Vice President of ARES Project Management.

“Parsons and its team are […] bringing to fruition a program that will create a world-class airport that serves as Mexico’s gateway to the world” said Todd Wager, Parsons Group President, in their March press release.

A project of this size and complexity requires integration of many contractors’ performance data, trends, and change orders. It demands a robust change management and forecasting system that provides a structured business process to track all changes in cost and schedule throughout the project lifecycle. Using a trusted solution like PRISM allows the project management team to have confidence in the data that they are reporting.

PRISM is an integrated project lifecycle management solution that aligns your project budget and schedule to deliver a dependable forecast and accurate view of project performance. With its flexible coding structure, automated change management, and precision reporting, PRISM simplifies even the most complex projects so you can make better informed decisions.