DFW DO #18 – Terminal D Access Control Office Relocation
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) is in the process of an interior renovation of approximately 18,300 square feet of shell-space on the landside of the concourse level of Terminal B, for the Access Control Office (ACO) relocation from Terminal D (6,700 square feet). The space will include expanded training/testing stations (including driving simulators), queuing and waiting areas, larger conference rooms, a communications room, a break room, and additional offices for new employees.
SCOPE OF WORK INCLUDED:
Arora is providing engineering design and construction administration services for the ACO relocation. The work includes selective modifications and extensions of the existing base building systems, including Fire Protection, Fire Alarm, Security, Communications, Pave, Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical and limited structural work. Arora’s scope of work includes:
- Drawings and Specifications: Preparing final construction drawings and specifications based on the final 35% design submittal and associated reviewed comments. Continuing with the preparation of 70%, 100%, Issue for Bid (IFB), and Issue for Construction (IFC) submittals.
- Project Communications: Coordinating project requirements with EXP, their sub consultants, DFW stakeholders, and tenants during the design phases.
- Field Investigations: Conducting field observations of existing mechanical and plumbing systems, site, and facility existing conditions for verification of existing project record documents to provide final engineering design documents.
- Meetings: Providing a minimum of one representative to attend 70%, 100%, Issued for Bid design review meetings (3), Pre-Bid conference (1), and participating in Bi-Weekly progress meetings (4-via teleconference) during the 70% and 100% design phases of the project.
- Construction Administration: Construction phases services include review and response to RFI’s, site visits, preparation of field reports, and shop drawing review.