Mohamed Charkas, PMP, LEED Green Associate
Interim Executive Vice President Infrastructure & Development
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW)
Mohamed Charkas serves as Interim Executive Vice President of Infrastructure & Development for Dallas Fort Worth International Airport. He oversees the Design, Code & Construction, Commercial Development, Energy, Transportation & Asset Management, Control and Analytics and Planning departments. His responsibilities include directing all aspects of development at DFW, including master planning, engineering, a multibillion dollars capital improvement program, Airport Development construction work, and commercial real estate development. More specifically, Mr. Charkas provides key leadership support to help guide the overall strategic planning of the Airport; the development, acquisition, leasing, and commercial property management of the Airport’s property and facilities; and the design and construction of facilities in fulfillment of the Airport Master Plan.
Mr. Charkas is an experienced program delivery professional and engineer with three decades of cross-industry expertise in infrastructure operations and construction management. His professional career includes roles with DFW Airport including Sr. Vice President of Airport Development, Vice President of Planning and Program Director for Design, Code, and Construction. Prior to joining DFW Airport, Mr. Charkas played a leading role in the delivery of programs with Abu Dhabi Midfield Terminal, and Hamad International Airport.
Mr. Charkas holds an engineering degree, is a certified Project Management Professional, and LEED Green Associate.