- SeaTac North Satellite Expansion
- Alaskan Way Viaduct / SR 99 Tunnel Replacement
- LA County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Expo Line Operations & Maintenance Facility
- McCarran Airport - Central Utility Plant
- San Francisco International Airport
- SeaTac Airport Rental Car Facility
- Vacaville Transportation Center
- LA Metro Southwestern Yard Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor
- Caltrans District 3 Headquarters
San Francisco International Airport
San Francisco, California
Glumac has provided engineering services to the San Francisco International Airport for the past 30 years. Over this span we have worked on all aspects of airport operations; tenant airplanes, shops, operations center, terminal and concourse refurbishments, and parking facilities.
Terminal 3, Boarding Area E Refurbishment
The 110,000 sf project consisted of demolition and reconstruction of the existing Boarding Area E pier in Terminal 3. Glumac was responsible for establishing the design criteria, selecting MEP systems, and providing partial design development level plans and specifications to establish overall standards for utility and quality for a “design-build” project delivery, as well as providing energy modeling services to ensure the project meets the Airport’s sustainable design goals and requirement to achieve LEED Gold certification. Selected Design-build Contractors are responsible for completing the design, providing final construction drawings and construction to provide systems within the established project budget.
West Field Cargo Facility
Provided MEP engineering services for the ’bid-set’ portion of this design-build procurement. Also developed the energy model for the facility. Duration: 2012 to 2014.
Duty Free Stores (DFS) Tenant Improvements
Provided MEP Engineering services for Tenant improvements for 35+ Duty Free retail stores, totaling more than 40,000-sf in terminals A, G, and International wing. Services included: HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, power, lighting and fire alarm systems and construction support.
SFO Secure Connector (Between Terminal 3 to International Terminal)
The 14,500 sf project consisted of construction of a new Secure Connector between Domestic Terminal 3 and the International Terminal to allow passengers to transfer between connecting international and domestic flights without leaving secure areas of the airport.
Glumac was responsible for establishing the design criteria, selecting MEP systems, and providing design development level plans and specifications for systems to be provided to establish overall standards for utility and quality in collaboration with the design team in a “design-assist” project delivery approach. Selected Contractors then assisted in completing the design, providing details, final construction drawings, and means and methods of construction in order to provide systems within the established project budget.
United Air Lines Tire/Wheel Shop Improvements
Provided engineering services for design build procurement of additions and improvements to existing facility. Services included design of all modifications to existing MEP systems.
‘Checkpoint’ Expansion Project
Provided MEP engineering consultancy evaluating the suitability of existing central mechanical systems, and the potential impacts of various renovation and expansion strategies.
United Airlines Baggage Right-of-Way
Provided MEP engineering for upgrades to UA’s Terminal 1 baggage system. Reconfigured mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems along the right of way; from terminal to gate.
Port of San Francisco Police
Provided engineering services for renovation of the main and sub-stations facilities.
America Airlines Tenant Improvements (Terminal 2)
The 18,000 sf project consisted of interior tenant improvements for American Airlines in the renovated Terminal 2. Glumac provided MEP engineering services, as well as LEED design calculations and documentation to meet the Airport’s requirement to achieve a LEED Silver certification.
Delta Airlines Data Center
Provided engineering services for the renovation of existing data center. New systems included fully redundant HVAC and electrical systems.
South Terminal, Concourse C Renovation
Provided full MEP engineering services for ticketing, VIP lounges, baggage handlings, and airline offices. Scope included the replacement and upgrade of mechanical, electrical, plumbing and data systems.