|Aircraft Loading Bridges|| |
project provided for the replacement of 17 aircraft loading bridges. It
was divided into two phases: Base Bid, which replaced 10 bridges and
Bid Option #1, which replaced 7 bridges.
|Airfield Electrical Rehabilitation|| The
project will rehabilitate and improve the reliability of the airfield
electrical system. The work consists of the demolition of existing electrical
ductbanks; installation of new electrical ductbanks with associated circuit
cable; replacement of runway /taxiway edge and centerline lights; replacement
of runway touchdown zone lights; replacement and/or upgrades of airfield
signage; replacement and/or reconfiguration of windcones; electrical vault
improvements; and new constant current regulators, and reconfiguration/improvements
to the airfield lighting control and monitoring system.|
|Airfield Lighting Vault Relocation|| |
The project will relocate the existing Airfield Lighting Vault building and related airfield electrical in frastructure to allow for the North Terminal project to be developed. The work consists constructing a new 4600 SF building to house equipment associated with the airfield lighting system. Airfield ductbanks will be re-routed around the proposed apron area. Once the new building is complete and operational, the existing vault building will be demolished to allow construction to begin on the North Terminal.
|Airfield Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) Facility||
This project provided a modern ARFF Station
just to the west of the existing facility which is both antiquated and located
on a constrained site that doesn’t allow for expansion. The project also
included the demolition of the DHL hangar and apron.
The FAA established a pilot program to translate the existing Airport Layout Plan into "live" GIS data as a way to both track and maintain obstructions on and around the airport.
|Consolidated Rent-A-Car (CONRAC) Garage|| |
This project provided
for the construction of a customer service building, a ready-return parking
garage, new utility building and associated service areas for the rental car
companies to maintain their vehicles. The facility also includes concessions
and is connected to the Terminal via a covered walkway.
|Expansion of Concourse D||
This project provided an additional six (air carrier) gates to
the current seven gates on Concourse D. Also included are new food and beverage
concessions, retailers, restrooms and modifications to the security checkpoint
that will allow for the increased capacity.
|Exterior Terminal Improvements: Phase 2|| |
This project provided for the modernization of the exterior
features of the Terminal building. On the upper level, the curtain wall façade
was replaced with windows and new entrances. Expansion joints along the
Terminal façade were replaced. The inner and outer roadway curbs were expanded
by 3 ft on both levels and roadway lane widths were narrowed accordingly. This
project was bid with the Interior Terminal Improvements Phase 3 project and has
been coordinated to mitigate passenger and tenant impacts.
|Interior Terminal Improvements Phase 1 (Restrooms)|| |
This project provided for the complete
rehabilitation of 12 restrooms along with minor renovations to an additional 9
restrooms throughout the terminal and all concourses. Work was phased with
other planned/ current interior construction work in the Terminal to minimize
impacts to passengers. (This project was originally bid in 2009 but was rebid
|Interior Terminal Improvements: Phase 2 (FIDS, GIDS, BIDS Replacement)||
This project provided for the complete replacement of the existing Multi-User Flight Information Display System (MUFIDS) with wide-format panel LCD screens in all concourse and terminal locations.
|Interior Terminal Improvements: Phase 3 (Terminal and Baggage Claim)|| |
This project provided for the modernization
of the interior of the Main Terminal building. On Level 2, the offices on the
roadway side of the main corridor were demolished up to the curtain wall and
were reconfigured into a circulation area with new Terrazzo flooring. The
ticket counters were refurbished and relocated to allow for the placement of
EDS machines behind them. Level 1 modernization efforts consist of upgrades to
the flooring and baggage claim finishes. This project was bid with the Exterior
Terminal Improvements Phase 2 project and has been coordinated to mitigate
passenger and tenant.
|New Airfield Lighting Vault|| |
project provides a new airfield lighting vault on the north side of the
airfield to the east of the existing General Aviation apron area.
|North Perimeter Road Improvements||
This project provided for the rehabilitation and realignment of
the existing North Perimeter Roadway into a new, wider road that is easier to
navigate. Also included in this project was the re-contouring of nearby
|Part 1542 Security System|| |
This project provided for
the installation of a state-of-the-art access control system that includes a
Closed- Circuit Television Network (CCTV), telephone system, computer aided
dispatch, Emergency Operations Center and security badge system. Also included
in this project was the construction of a communications center (AVCOM)
facility and data center.
|Phase 4 (A) Improvements|| This
project includes the reconfiguration of the security checkpoint
screening lanes at Concourse D to increase the ingress and egress
capacity at the checkpoint. The renovation work will include carpet
replacement, painting, speaker replacement, installation of additional
lighting, new laptop counters, and reupholstering of all concourse
seating. Additional items under this project include replacement of all
signage throughout the airport, rehabilitation of the Concourse C tug
tunnel, and cleaning of canopies in between the parking garage and
|Phase 4 Interior Terminal Improvements|| |
This project included a number of aesthetic
upgrades including improvements to walls, ceilings, additional lighting, column
covers, speakers, carpet replacement, FFE (fixtures, furnishings, and
equipment), and replacement of escalators and trash receptacles.
|Runway 10/28 Approach Light Relocation (Levee Improvements)|| |The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
is constructing a series of levee sections on the west end of the
airfield. The work has been divided into three separate projects: (1)
re-align the West Return Flood Wall, (2) construct the Levee around the
"10" end of Runway 10/28 and (3) raise the Canadian National Railroad Gate.
The Airport has been charged with doing the electrical associated with
constructing the levee at the 10 end of Runway 10-28. The Corp will
perform all other work.
|Runway 6/24 Conversion Project|| |
project will convert existing Runway 6/24 into Taxiway D and includes
pavement rehabilitation, new lighting and pavement markings.
|Security Perimeter Fence Replacement||
replacement of the perimeter security fence including all gates, barbed
wire, razor wire, and automatic gates. The new fence will be
constructed 8 feet high with 2 additional feet of fence fabric buried in
the ground for increased animal control. This project also includes the
demolishing of the existing fence.|
|Terminal Apron Rehabilitation: Phase 2 (Alternate #1)|| |
This project provides for the replacement
of portions of the air carrier apron. Construction of this work is phased for
minimal impact to airline operations