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San Diego International Airport’s Growing Needs

Bergelectric was selected by the Kiewit/Sundt Joint Venture as the electrical contractor in a design-build role, to complete extensive additions and modifications to all of the roadways, bridges, transit and parking facilities in front of Terminal 2 at San Diego International Airport. This complex expansion separates arriving and departing passenger circulation, which will substantially improve the flow of all traffic in and out of the airport.

These changes also enhanced curbside passenger processing, allowing most passengers to check-in, obtain boarding passes, check baggage and receive all flight information before entering the terminal in an “open-air” ticket lobby environment. After checking in at this easy-to-use curbside kiosk on the second level, passengers enter the terminal using one of two pedestrian bridges. A new 1,200 foot-long dual-level roadway relieves curb-front traffic congestion by separating arriving and departing passengers. Specific project improvements include: elevated departure roadway, two exterior ticket lobbies (Smart Curbs), new expanded transit center, two pedestrian sky bridges, new USO and Parking Management office building, six bridge overpasses, new roadways, and reconstructed parking lots.

Bergelectric was responsible for all aspects of the electrical installation on this project including tel-data and technology systems installation.

130,750-square feet

Electrical Construction Cost
$5.4 Million

April 2011 – July 2014

Delivery Method
Design Build

Other Team Members
Kiewit/Sundt Joint Venture
URS Corporation
SD County Regional Airport Authority

Berg Regional Office
San Diego




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