Bud

Swanson

experienced, professional construction management

 

Midland International Airport

This was a 47 million dollar project that included the construction of a new Airport Facility to replace the existing Airport built in the 1940’s. The new facility, including a parking structure and several new concrete drives, was built adjacent to the existing airport, on the public side, while maintaining full access and security for the existing terminal. The new facility included a series of underground mechanical tunnels and equipment rooms, approximately 10,000 cubic yards of cast in place concrete. The above ground portion of the project included of a combination of cast in place concrete and steel structure, veneered with masonry and covered by large steel pipe trusses and a barrel shaped standing seam roof. Upon completion of the new facility and demolition of the old facility, and again while maintaining full access and security, we installed approximately 150 thousand square feet of concrete tarmac. (6500 cubic yards of concrete) In 1999, the new terminal was completed and was put into service. 

This project was completed on schedule and under budget.