It will be responsible for providing 24/7/365 maintenance service for the two million foot terminal structure and its 31 passenger boarding bridges, 99 ticketing positions, and Federal Inspection Facility.
JBT, which estimates the value of the contract at $10 million, has been supplying services to DFW since 2004.
This is the third active maintenance service contract for JBT at DFW with other contracts in place for supporting Terminal E and the airport’s administrative buildings.
JBT AeroTech's president, David Burdakin, enthuses: "JBT’s detailed knowledge of DFW’s operational demands and maintenance needs positions us perfectly to provide quality, comprehensive maintenance support services at Terminal D.”
The Airport Services business unit at JBT employs more than 700 workers across the USA in a variety of operational and maintenance support functions.
The company itself maintains and operates numerous baggage handling systems, a wide range of gate equipment such as pre-conditioned air systems, boarding bridges, and ground power units, central plant and chiller rooms, electrical switchgear rooms, terminal trains, moving sidewalks, escalators, elevators, plumbing, mechanical, and HVAC systems.