This busy airport airstrip was deteriorating and needed to be replaced. To proved a more long-term solution to runway maintenance, concrete was used to replace the rundown asphalt airstrip. For the first phase of this project, the airport was shut down in order for construction to happen quickly and reduce disruption of the overall service.
IMEG provided engineering design and services for a variety of projects at the San Diego International Airport. IMEG provided design services for the Terminal 2 East improvements, which included additional power for the entire corridor, updated plumbing design for all restrooms, and lighting for the terminal. IMEG also provided electrical design services on the later
IMEG assisted with an advanced planning study to provide an alternative for the new terminal, landside, and associated airside projects at the Des Moines International Airport. The study focused on passenger elements in the east quadrant of the airport campus. Work began on the new terminal programming and planning study in December 2016. The consultant
IMEG was retained to perform a security assessment of the existing video surveillance and access control systems. Our assessment expanded to include site perimeter, telecommunications rooms (TR) located in multiple buildings, network systems, power and cooling which supported the TR’s. Our assessment report noted several challenges with the existing systems and provided recommendations with estimated
IMEG provided commissioning authority services for the five-year, three-phase modernization of the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport’s Terminal 3. Our commissioning scope of work included schematic design through warranty phase of the project, performing or overseeing the commissioning of all MEP systems, building envelope, roofing, passenger boarding bridges, and baggage handling systems. IMEG provided direct