Austin’s airport, originally an 18-gate terminal facility with a footprint of 500,000 square feet, was expanded during construction to accommodate an additional six gates due to the amazing growth experienced in the Austin area.
The project was completed within the originally specified timeline, and stands as one of the most state-of-the-art airports in the country. The project makes extensive use of activated charcoal absorption filters to remove the jet fuel fumes from the ventilation air and used flexible grooved couplings to curve the main HVAC distribution piping to the architectural arc of the concourse level.
General Contractor: Morganti Group Inc.
Mechanical Contract Value: $14,406,096
Date Completed: 1999