Turner Construction-Clarke/McCarthy JV-Murry
Company – Los Angeles World Airports
The Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) Renovation, Apron, and Concourse Demolition at Los Angeles International Airport is a $1.9bn project and is part of the LAX’s $4.1bn Capital Improvements Program. The construction of this project involves Demolition of existing concourses and construction of aircraft parking aprons, New Passenger Boarding Bridges, New 20-lane Security Screening Check Point, New utility and communications duct banks, Reconfiguration of existing baggage handling systems, New loading docks and ramps, improvements to the terminal systems, expansion and upgrades to ticket counters. After the existing international concourse is demolished, the construction to reconfigure the airfield around the Bradley West Terminal will install close to one million square-feet of airfield paving. The concourses will be replaced by new aircraft parking aprons and two taxi lanes.
ON-SITE provided Quality Assurance fabrication inspection services on behalf of LAX of the mechanical equipment, structural steel, stairs, railings, ductile iron pipe, concrete reinforced pipe, valves, roof joists, transformers, switchgear and cast iron floor hatches, glass supported railing, modular air handling units, fixed walk ways, at various locations throughout the U.S.