Genesis Environmental Solutions Wins Contract for Kansas City International Airport Project
GES will take part in the demolition of the old terminal and reconstruction of the New Kansas City International Airport.
Genesis Environmental Solutions has been selected to begin preliminary construction activities for the new Kansas City International Airport Terminal.
Before construction on the New Terminal can begin, the original Terminal A must be deconstructed. Genesis has been chosen by Clark | Weitz | Clarkson to cut, cap and make safe the utilities at the old terminal. Genesis has also been awarded the GSE Unleaded Gasoline Tank Relocation project from CWC JV.
“We are proud to be playing a part in this historic project for Kansas City,” said Shaun Thomas, president of Genesis Environmental Solutions, Inc. “The terminal will create new opportunities for area businesses, while providing travelers with a world-class airport.”
Genesis is one of nine local minority and women-owned businesses that are involved in the demolition of the old terminal and reconstruction of the New Kansas City International Airport. It should take between four and six months for Terminal A to be completely dismantled. Construction of the New Terminal is anticipated to begin in the summer of 2019. The $1.5 billion project should be finished and ready to open in early 2023.
Genesis Environmental Solutions, Inc., established in 2004 and headquartered in Blue Springs, Missouri, provides a wide variety of services for government and private industries, including construction services, petroleum and chemical storage tank inspection and related services, industrial cleaning, industrial coatings and linings, and environmental remediation. Genesis is a Native American-owned business enterprise and is certified MBE/DBE by KCMO, MRCC, MODOT and Missouri Office of Administration.