|CLIENT:||ADF Group Inc.; Schuff Steel Company|
|LOCATION:||Salt Lake City, Utah, USA|
The Salt Lake City International Airport, a civil-military airport operated and managed by the Salt Lake City Department of Airports, is the 21st busiest airport in passenger count in the US. It is one of the largest hubs for Delta Airlines, hub for SkyWest Airlines, Southwest Airlines, American Airlines and Alaska Airlines. The airport has 3 terminals with 5 concourses with a total of 83 gates.
The Salt Lake City Terminal Redevelopment program replaces the existing concourses with two linear concourses (North and South Concourse) connected by a passenger tunnel. The project will be built in two phases to be completed in 2020 (Gateway Center, Parking Garage, Terminal, North and South Concourses – West) and 2024 (North and South Concourse – East).
DBM Vircon’s scope of work with ADF included the 3D BIM modeling and shop detailing of 16,000 tons of structural steel of the terminal, south concourse west and south concourse east. DBM Vircon also worked with Schuff Steel on 3D BIM modeling and shop detailing of 1,800 tons of structural steel work on the parking garage and central utility plant (CUP).