Case Study: Salt Lake City Dept. of Airports
Owner: Salt Lake Department of Airports
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Contract Amount: $43,000,000
Completion: September 2020
General Contractor: Holder Big-D
The Salt Lake City Department of Airport’s new Salt Lake City Airport Redevelopment program is the first major hub airport replacement built in the 21st Century. The new airport will accommodate 26 million passengers annually and replaces the existing airport with two new linear concourses. The Holder-Big-D, joint venture is the CMAR for the construction of all new rental car facilities, the Central Terminal, the South Concourse (47 gates), the 3,600-car parking garage, new roadways, tunnels, underground utilities, jet fueling system, airfield paving, and the central utility plant. The Terminal, first phase of the South Concourse, and the parking garage opens for passengers in September 2020.
Skyline’s Project Scope:
CUP: Build a new Central Utility Plant to provide heating and cooling to the new Salt Lake City International Airports Terminal, Concourses, Parking Structure, and ancillary occupancies. This is a 43,000 Square foot facility. There are two 2500kVA Pad Mounted Utility Transformers feeding two 3,000 amp services at 480 Volts providing power to this facility. It has a 1500kVA Backup Generator, three Automatic Transfer Switches, an Uninterrupted Power Supply to provide continuous power. There are five large chillers, five boilers, five cooling towers, and associated hot water, chilled water and auxiliary water pumps associated with the process. There is LED Luminaires providing lighting in this facility as well as low voltage controls, and integration to control the process. PARKING STRUCTURE: Third Largest Parking Structure in the continental US with over 1 Million Square Feet over 5 Levels.