Using our expertise and resources, we completed the project within budget by employing value engineering and establishing unit pricing. We carefully phased, scheduled, and coordinated work across all trades to help ensure project completion on an aggressive schedule.
The Miami International Airport sought to construct a toll plaza to improve airport traffic flow, ease congestion, and expand the airport’s security capabilities.
Scope of Services
We performed electrical contracting and coordination, fire alarm and security system installation, and vale engineering for the entire project—including 16 tollbooths, entrance and exit lanes, roadway lighting and an administration building.
Our team installed:
- Four miles of underground duct banks
- Electrical conduit work for tollbooths
- A fire alarm system
- 30 CCTV cameras
- A state-the-art License Plate Recognition System
Our services also entailed a complete electrical utility upgrade and connecting all new electrical systems into an existing emergency backup generator.
Miami International Airport is the twelfth busiest airport in the U.S., serving 76,271 passengers daily.