The 400,000 SF airport renovation and expansion is a complex, 3-phase project designed to increase the capacity, efficiency and safety of the airport. RMF was responsible for the construction administration of Phase 1, and the full MEP design and construction administration of phases 2 and 3. Phase 2 was the most extensive portion of the project and renovated the terminal core with a grand hall development including retail and concessions, new ticketing lobby, baggage screening equipment and facilities, security checkpoint and renovation of concourses A and B. Phase 3 constructed a new administrative office and conference center for the airport.
- 340,000 square feet of renovation and addition including all new mechanical, plumbing, electrical, fire alarm and fire suppression systems, built upon infrastructure upgrades of two preceding phases of work.
- Core mechanical building systems were replaced in their entirety, including eleven packaged air handlers delivering approximately 120,000 CFM of conditioned air to the terminal building.
- Integrated digital building automation system for complete, interactive control of building HVAC.
- Fully automatic, water-based fire suppression systems.
- A complete, multiplexed, addressable fire alarm system was provided throughout the building.
- All work was performed in phases to facilitate continued round-the-clock operation throughout construction.