The consultancy’s role includes estimating, cost management and project scheduling.
DFW’s capital programme includes terminal refurbishment and expansion, new parking garages and overall improvement of the infrastructure to enhance the experience for 63 million passengers each year.
Tina Millan, vice president, head of aviation USA for Turner & Townsend said: “We are honoured to be playing such a key role on this significant aviation programme.
“DFW is the world’s fourth busiest airport, and with 1,850 flights per day everything has to run like clockwork. Our experience in leading complex programmes in live airports will help to deliver the ongoing capital programme while minimising impact on day-to-day operations and allow to plan for future growth."
The company already boasts Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental, Heathrow, Hong Kong and and Abu Dhabi airports as clients.
The global consultancy has worked with major airport programmes on every continent, totalling more than 140 projects, valued at $35 billion, in 19 countries.