Award of Merit - Transportation
Clark/Byrne, a San Antonio-based joint venture, constructed a 225,000-sq-ft replacement terminal at the San Antonio International Airport. The $109-million, five-phase project was delivered on time in November 2010 despite the work taking place between two active terminals and during a roadway project.
The eight-gate four-level terminal incorporates a concrete and steel structure with a curtain wall, metal wall panels, stone veneer and both thermo-plastic and standing-seam roofs.
The project team expanded the existing baggage handling facility by 13,000 sq ft and also constructed a 6,000-sq-ft central utility plant.
Owner: City of San Antonio, Department of Aviation, San Antonio
General Contractor: Clark/Byrne, Joint Venture, San Antonio
Lead Design: Parsons, San Antonio
Civil: CEC, San Antonio
Structural: Jaster-Quintanilla, San Antonio
MEP: Shah Smith, Houston
Program Manager: Jacobs, Parson Brinkerhoff, Foster, Ricondo & Associates, all San Antonio
Clark/Byrne, Joint Venture