Terminal Modernization Program

Burns is part of the Gensler + HDR in association with luis vidal + architects team for the Pittsburgh International Airport Terminal Modernization Program (PIT TMP). In addition to improving the passenger experience and advancing the region, the PIT TMP will also evoke a sense of Pittsburgh and create a lasting first impression for visitors.

This new experience will be enabled by a new, 635,000 square-foot terminal addition and multi-modal parking and rental car complex that will consolidate operations including ticketing, baggage claim, a meet-and-greet area, security checkpoint, retail and concessions.

The TMP will create a more efficient and enjoyable experience for anyone coming to, passing through, or departing from PIT and will reduce travel and wait times for passengers and their bags by utilizing the latest technology.

Burns is responsible for all aspects of IT/Special Systems/Security/Life Safety systems throughout the design of the program including Concept, Schematic Design (SD), Design Development (DD), Construction Documents (CD), and Construction Administration (CA). Specific systems included in Burns’ scope of work are:

  • Electronic Video Information Display Systems (EVIDS)
  • Common Use Systems
  • Data/Telecommunications Infrastructure
  • Wired and Wireless Networks
  • Cellular Distributed Antenna System (DAS)
  • Public Safety Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS)
  • EME Systems & Elements
  • Life Safety (Fire Alarm)
  • Access Control System
  • Surveillance System
  • Public Address System
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
Industry: Aviation
Client: Allegheny County Airport Authority/ Gensler + HDR in association with luis vidal + architects

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