b'OPERATIONSBWI 71FACTS&FIGURES Project: Concourse Renovations Location: Baltimore/Washington Intl Thurgood Marshall Airport Airport Owner/Operator: Maryland Aviation Administration Concourse: DSize: 100,000 sq. ft. Key Elements: Full architectural ceiling replacement; full concourse LED lighting upgrades; systemic HVAC upgrade, including new roof-mounted HVAC equipment, building automation system replacement, new 1,500-ton chilled water plant & structural systems modifications to support the new HVACCost: $20 millionHVAC & Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing Design: JMTCeiling & Lighting Design: JMT Architecture; MCLA Architectural Lighting Design; MAA Architecture Fire Protection Engineer: Jensen-HughesCivil Engineer: ADCIConstruction Manager: Hill IntlGeneral Contractor: Towson Mechanical Inc.Certified Partnering Leadership: Ventura Consulting PHOTO: ARMSTRONG WORLD INDUSTRIES Ceiling System: Calla Shapes for DesignFlex, by Armstrong LED Lighting: JLC Tech T-Bar FlexControls: Johnson ControlsFire Systems: HoneywellAccolade: Chapter Technology Award from The American Societyof Heating, Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Engineers Key Benefits: Improving passenger experience; reduced maintenance & operating costsAll told, the upgraded HVAC systemthe Concourse D project. Paul Crotty, is expected to save the airport abouta master level facilitator certified by the $120,000 annually. In fact, the projectInternational Partnering Institute, led won an award from The Americansessions to encourage open discussion Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Airabout challenges and opportunities and Conditioning Engineers for its innovativeto set ambitious goals. approach to energy efficiency, improvedPeople and departments impacted indoor air quality, cost effectiveness andby the project were involved in all overall environmental impact. aspects of planning, he adds. They included the airport fire marshal, Commitment to Partnershipmaintenance personnel, operations As with other projects, it was importantstaff, the finance department, TSA, to complete the concourse renovationsconcessionaires, airline partners and within budget and on schedule todesign consultants, as well as the airport maintain commitments to the airlinesoffices of engineering, constructionJMT is proud of our successful and tenants. First and foremost, Shankand architecture. Meetings were heldpartnership with the Maryland attributes success in those areas to themonthly, and other communicationAviation Administration for the partnering process BWI uses.was even more frequent to ensure allConcourse D Ceiling Upgrade at Not just a handshake and a slap onpartners were involved and informed.BWI Thurgood Marshall Airportthe back, as he describes it.Goals werent limited to construction Expect a straightforward approach With the help of Ventura Consulting,milestones. Specific objectives wereWe make it easy.the airport and its project team operatedestablished for all members of the under a formal partnership to completeproject team.Follow us on jmt.comAirportImprovement.comSeptember 2023'