MDAD Satellite E Expansion

Project Description

Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD) Satellite E Fuels Expansion Construction Support Services consisted of construction engineering inspections for the renovations and improvements to the Satellite E facilities at the Miami International Airport (MIA) that included modifications to the pavement and markings of the aircraft parking apron around the terminal building, as well as upgrades to the existing underground hydrant fueling system. The project was phased into two major segments of work: Phases 1 & 2 on the south side of the apron and Phases 3 & 4 on the north side of the apron that resulted in the construction, demolition, or modification of 21 hydrant pits with associated laterals to accommodate different and larger aircrafts at the gates of E Satellite Terminal. The project was further enhanced to include CCTV of the entire hydrant loop system when condition concerns were found on the system that revealed the need for an extensive pigging and flushing plan that deviated from the proposed pigging and flushing of the installed laterals. Additionally, 4 Isolation Valve Pits were removed without compliance piping configurations being removed and replaced. The CIS services included: Contractor Submittal Review, Field Inspection Services, Coordination activities, and Contract Administration Activities. (Miami, FL)

  • Client:

    Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD)