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Renovation of Orlando’s International Airport

This project consisted of a complete renovation to the existing emergency distribution systems within the East and West Landside operation areas of the Orlando International Airport. The current emergency switchgear, feeders, and branch wiring had to be separated into four independent systems; life safety, equipment, security, and critical. In addition to these main classifications, effected systems included CUTE, BAS, HVAC, baggage, flush valves, refrigeration, FIDS, BIDS, LiftNet, ticket counters, Powernet, wireless AP, synchronized clock, MATV, access control, CCTV duress, and GOAA network branch systems, all of which were required to maintain operation during normal airport hours.

As the airport was under continuous operation, all work was required to take place over night. This included the replacement and addition of emergency switchgear, the addition of emergency related feeders for system separation, and, most importantly; the tracing of approximately 18,000 branch circuits throughout the entire landside in order to redistribute branch to their proper emergency system.

Size
130,750-square feet

Electrical Construction Cost
$6.7 Million

Duration
December 2011 – August 2014

Delivery Method
Design-Bid-Build

Other Team Members
Orlando Aviation Authority
Matern Professional Engineering, Inc.

Berg Regional Office
Orlando

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