Roger Johnson, Deputy ED, Los Angeles World Airports

Roger Johnson, Deputy ED, Los Angeles World Airports

rogerMr. Johnson is the Program Executive for the new Automated People Mover (APM) project at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). This project is the most critical element of the $5 billion Landside Access Modernization Program at LAX and provides for a seamless connection between the airport and a new Consolidated Rental Car facility and other public transportation facilities.

During his 13-year career with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), Mr. Johnson’s was responsible for the recent $8.5 billion modernization of LAX which included the New Tom Bradley International Terminal and other major facility and infrastructure improvements at Ontario International Airport and Van Nuys Regional Airport. Mr. Johnson also previously served as Deputy Executive Director for Technology and Environmental Affairs and oversaw the Engineering and Planning Divisions.

Mr. Johnson’s other professional experience includes serving as Vice President and Technical Services Manager for Camp Dresser & McKee (CDM) Inc, an international consulting firm with over $1 billion in annual revenue. During his 17 years with CDM, he was responsible for management of the Aviation, Planning and Environmental Services Division and provided technical oversight, staffing, and project delivery support for various aviation projects. Mr. Johnson was also responsible for marketing and business development, staffing, employee development and division profit and loss, and personally managed engineering, planning and environmental projects for over 150 airports across the United States, Europe, and Asia including LAX, San Diego International Airport, Phoenix Sky Harbor International, Atlanta Hartsfield International Airport, New York John F. Kennedy International Airport, Newark International Airport, and Denver International Airport.

Mr. Johnson graduated from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering.