Year of Graduation
Shawn Lenahan, New York, NY
This project addressed the lack of standardized practices within all line departments at the Port Authority of New York City. The original scope of work involved propagating pockets of excellence across relevant processes and functions. However, the project evolved to generation of recommendations for areas of improvement and the implications of the resolutions. Results include a projected $1.1mm cut of overtime at JFK and a 30% reduction of redundant repairs on escalators of the PATH rail system between New York and New Jersey.
Level of Access
Restricted: Campus/Dartmouth Community Only Access
Chodor, Artur, "The Port Authority of NY and NJ" (2018). ENGG 390 Reports (MEM Students). 46.
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