Facts & Stats
50,000 – 500,000 SF
Multiple Locations, Nationwide
Global Impact Stat
4 Terminals Served
After a long flight, transitioning to your next destination is critical. Making that process smooth and comfortable is very important. We have provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, special systems, fire/life safety, and code analysis consulting services for multiple rental car facilities across the nation. These projects included consolidating existing and diverse utility information, forecasting utility loads and telecom needs, reviewing existing documentation, designing car wash facilities, and lobby waiting areas. We quickly understood each terminal’s requirements, coordinated with the base building, and got these fast-paced projects designed and ready to be constructed.
- MSP International Airport Terminal 1 & Terminal 2 – Minneapolis, Minnesota
- ISN International Airport – Williston, North Dakota
- RDU International Airport – Morrisville, North Carolina
- SAN International Airport – San Diego, California
As leaders in MEP engineering design for Aviation environments, we have a proven reputation in delivering quality solutions and designs. We reach for results where engineering design supports a friendly, comfortable, and refreshing traveling experience for all cultures of passengers while exceeding facility maintenance goals by minimizing operating costs and maximizing energy efficiencies.
Services & Systems Provided:
- Tenant Rental Car Spaces
- Vehicle Parking & Amenities
- Car Wash facilities
- EV Charging Stations
- Accessible Design
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