Projects - Houston Airport Systems Emergency Re-Routing of Buried Chilled Water Line

Houston Airport Systems Emergency Re-Routing of Buried Chilled Water Line


Project Description

F&F executives and core team members worked on the team that constructed all of the civil and structural portions of the project that increased the capacity of cooling water for two major Terminals at George Bush Intercontinental Airport. This emergency project was completed ahead of schedule and within the approved budget. This high profile project required significant resources and coordination with the Houston Airport System Operations and completed behind AOA Security Areas.

This at risk project involved the construction, fabrication, delivery, erection, and testing of the complete work required under the Contract Documents which included:

• 5,800 LF of 36” Insulated Steel Pipe
• 101 EA Poured in place reinforced concrete foundations
• 14 EA 30’ Deep Reinforced Concrete Piers
• 99 EA Galvanized Structural Steel Pipe supports
• 474 LF of New Structural Steel Bridges at four separate locations
• Pipe profiling and Surveying of final elevations and locations
• Entire Project was completed under active Airport Traffic
• Placement of new chilled water line piping

PROJECT LOCATION:

Houston, Texas

PROJECT TYPE:

Emergency Replacement of Buried Chilled Water Line

PROJECT COST:

$18 Million

GENERAL PROGRESS
100%
PHASE 1
100%
PHASE 2
100%
PHASE 3
100%