South Terminal Redevelopment at Denver International Airport

Denver International Airport’s master plan includes the development of a south terminal, a terminal reconfiguration, an airside concourse expansion, a 500 room on-airport hotel, a pedestrian plaza, a train station for Denver Regional Transportation District, and a landside automated people mover system.

As part of the program management team, Burns provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, security, and special technology system engineering services. Initially, the scope included program definition, conceptual and schematic design. Burns established utility and system demands for the new buildings, determining spare capacities of the existing infrastructure and developed the engineering concepts for the systems. The initial phase of this billion plus dollar program was estimated to cost $650 million.

Burns worked closely with the City and County of Denver to provide program criteria and preliminary design for systems including access control and video surveillance, inside and outside plant cable systems, wired and wireless network systems, 450 and 800Mhz radio systems, audio and video paging and wayfinding, digital television distribution and fire alarm systems.

Location: Denver, CO
Industry: Aviation
Client: Denver International Airport

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