Accommodating the community’s passenger airline service needs, safely and efficiently
After 52 years of service, the main terminal apron at Tucson International Airport (TIA) is getting a facelift. The airport authority turned to our aviation team to help them with the makeover.
We started with design and management of the commercial aircraft parking apron construction, which involved adding 52,000 yards of apron for aircraft to maneuver on the east end of the terminal ramp. We also realigned the service road between the terminal and air freight complex and added security fencing and other improvements, all with no interruption to airport service.
That effort led to a second phase to help the airport ensure they can continue to safely accommodate the community’s passenger airline service needs. We designed the reconstruction of 182,000 square yards of pavement at the main terminal to correct distress, extend its service life, and resolve drainage issues for the areas near Terminal Concourses A and B. We also designed the reconstruction of security gates and modification for the 400 Hz power system, hydrant fuel system, and other utilities. Our work included updating the fuel truck loading facility to include lighting, fencing, and a blast wall. As a result, TIA is positioned to offer safe and reliable service for the next 50 years.
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