In response to Federal mandates of June 2001, and the latest FAA security requirements in light of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the Los Angeles International Airport Project Management Division has developed a scope of work requiring the design and construction of approximately 3 miles of an airport perimeter security fence/barrier. Included with the perimeter fence design are swells and drainage, perimeter roadways, and power-electrifications and lighting. Additional scope includes design and installation of close captured television, public announcement system, in-line baggage screening, baggage x-ray system, and continuous electronic message change signage.
GREYSTONE Construction Management as contracted with TEC staff of professional engineers and program managers provided the estimated budget costs for the overall scope of work, including the budget estimates for the recommended enhancements for the baggage security conforming to 100% explosive screening of all checked baggage. The Company was also responsible for the overall CPM scheduling effort on all security design elements as well as construction activities involving CCTV, PA-System, Bomb detection devices in baggage areas, and power utility upgrades to three terminals. Other program management responsibilities included:
- Construction Bid Packages
- Constructability Reviews