Originally, the project's goal was to demolish and replace the concrete superstructure on the entry and exit ramps—each comprising 14 50-ft spans—for the short-term parking garage at Tampa International Airport's landside terminal. But the project grew more complex when it changed from deck rehab to a full superstructure replacement. With access to the ramps limited—with less than 7 ft of vertical clearance—the project team opted to use two 100-ft-long steel movable work platforms, at heights of more than 70 ft.

Photo courtesy of Atkins North America
The project rehabilitating Tampa International Airport's parking deck ramps earned an Award of Merit in the small projects category.

Award of Merit, Small Projects — Tampa International Airport, Short-, Long-Term Parking Garage Structural Rehabilitation, Tampa

Key Players

Contractor Kimmins Contracting Corp., Tampa

Owner Hillsborough County Aviation Authority, Tampa

Lead Design Firm Atkins North America, Tampa


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