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Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport Terminal and Concourse T, A, B, C and D Electrical Infrastructure Replacement Project

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport Terminal
and Concourse T, A, B, C and D Electrical Infrastructure Replacement Project

CPS was the Construction Manager for the installation and phasing of the electrical infrastructure replacement projects which included installations of new concourse switchgear, switchboards, distribution bus duct and panels. Coordinated the replacement of electrical systems within the worlds busiest airport — with no impact to the operation or power interruptions.

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport Tunnel Hot Water Loop Expansion Compensator Repairs Project

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Tunnel Hot Water Loop Expansion Compensator Repairs Project

CPS served as Construction Manager for the planning, design, phasing and installation of 8 heating hot water (HHW) expansion compensators serving the Concourses at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

CPS provided overall coordination of a design-build with complicated logistics and associated access to the airports underground utility tunnel for the HHW piping.  The scope of work included in the design:  Mechanical design as needed for repair, replacement and additional expansion devices to provide adequate expansion of the HHW piping in the tunnel.  Plumbing design as needed for connections to base building sanitary and water service.  Electrical design as needed for power and new LED lighting.  Structural design as needed for support improvements at cable and pipe anchor attachments.  The quantity and size of compensators, pipe guides and isolation valves included:  HHW expansion compensator quantity of 6 at 12” and 2 at 8”, alignment pipe guides quantity of 92 at 12” and 38 at 8” and two 12” stainless steel isolation valves

The work was coordinated with a seasonal approach as to ensure no impacts to the ability of the facility receiving heating.  Performed replacement and upgrades through a year and a half duration.

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport Delta Air Lines – Concourse C North Expansion Project

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Delta Air Lines – Concourse C North Expansion Project

CPS performs as an extension of Delta Air Lines as a true “agent of the owner’ for various projects for the airline. Recently we assisted with the renovation and expansion of Concourse C North which added over 12,000 SF of hold room and office space on the Boarding Level. The project also included 12,000 SF renovation and upgrades for airline use on the apron level. The project provided the airport passengers a more consistent and user-friendly aircraft loading arrangement on the North end of Concourses C, by replacing the existing stairwells with passenger boarding bridges – specifically modified to adapt to the smaller RJ style aircraft. This eliminated the passenger exposure to the elements and significantly improved the passenger experience. In addition to the gate modifications, the project also installed fueling pits to the existing C-North fueling system to eliminate the need for any future fuel tankering. Every gate is supported by its own fuel pit. The project was managed to successful completion 4 months ahead of schedule and $500k under budget.

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport HMS Host Concession Renovations and Concept Installations

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport
HMS Host Concession Renovations and Concept Installations

CPS has been providing Construction Management Services for HMS Host since 2007.  During that time, we have assisted with numerous projects. Oversaw 20 Food & Beverage and Retail installations in 2007 through 2009.    Beginning in 2012, CPS oversaw a program of over 25 Food & Beverage and Retail construction projects with HMS Host to include all new F&B and Retail stores within the new MHJIT.    An unprecedented 15 spaces were constructed in 3.5 months in support of the new terminal opening day on May 16, 2012

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport Concourse E Central Plant Expansion Project

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Concourse E Central Plant Expansion Project

CPS was the construction manager for the Atlanta Airlines Terminal Corporation/Department of Aviation for the Concourse E Central Plant Expansion Project.  The central plant’s capacity and controls were expanded to support the planned construction on the airport new International Concourse.  The project installed (3) 1,450 ton electric chillers and associated pumping systems and nearly doubled the existing 15,000gpm Cooling Tower by adding two additional 6,750gpm cooling tower cells.  In addition to the equipment upgrades, the project retrofitted the central plant controls and CPS managed the final System Commissioning.

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport Vertical Transportation Replacement and Upgrades Project

Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport Vertical Transportation Replacement and Upgrades Project

CPS served as Construction Manager for planning, phasing and installation of 41 escalators, 42 elevators and 16 Moving SideWalks within the Central Passenger Terminal Complex and airport parking decks.

CPS provided an airport solution for access into the airports Automated People Mover tunnel that saved the project over a million dollars and significantly enhanced project logistics and schedule

These services were performed over a six year duration.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Central Passenger Terminal Complex Fire Alarm/ Fire Suppression/HVAC Replacement and Upgrades

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Central Passenger Terminal Complex Fire Alarm/ Fire Suppression/HVAC Replacement and Upgrades

This complex $40 million replacement project included the installation of new fire alarm and fire suppression systems across the 5.2 million square foot Central Passenger Terminal Complex, replacement of HVAC systems on the boarding levels of Concourses A, B, C and D, and the installation of a new Building Management System on Concourses A, B, C and D. CPS coordinated installation of these systems with the installation of the HVAC system work. As a result of this project, CPS was instrumental in defining the new standards for airport lighting, HVAC systems, fire alarm systems, and building management control systems. This project required extensive work coordination throughout the four concourses. CPS coordinated access to every required workspace. The HVAC work scope included replacement of 68 roof-mounted units. Installation required over 135 crane lifts, which required coordination with the FAA, in the busy boarding gates of world’s busiest airport – all while keeping everything fully operational.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Central Passenger Terminal Complex (CPTC), Interior Renovation

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Central Passenger Terminal Complex (CPTC), Interior Renovation

CPS managed the extensive interior renovations to the most visible public use areas of the airport – the main terminal, all five concourses and the automatic people mover mall. Together these projects are the public image of the airport in the eyes of the world and combined, these projects exceed $75 Million and had to be performed while the facility remained fully operational. In total, CPS managed over 2 million square feet of interior renovations and created every one of the project master schedules integrating separate contractor and material procurement strategies seamlessly.

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Terminal & Concourse T HVAC Replacement Project

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Terminal & Concourse T HVAC Replacement Project

HVAC systems are critical to the comfort of airport passengers. When Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport needed to replace the HVAC components within the Main Terminal and Concourse T structures, they turned to CPS to help manage the $70 Million project. CPS proved instrumental in the coordination of the installation with no impacts to the airport or airline operations. The scope of work includes the replacements of over 50 Roof Mounted Units, Air Handlers and all associated medium/low pressure ductwork and Terminal Units. All controls are being updated with new digital controls to give the operators greater control and efficiency with operating the HVAC. The Terminal HVAC Replacement Project includes an installation of a massive steel platform on top of the East end of the Main Terminal and required over 40 separate crane mobilizations.