Lancaster County Airport
Savannah Hilton Head Int’l Airport
OHMEGA provided electrical engineering design services for the construction of one 160,000 square feet of commercial air cargo facility (FedEx) and one 60,000 square feet multi-tenant air cargo facility.
Lancaster County Airport
OHMEGA provided electrical engineering design services for the construction of a new Airfield Lighting Vault to support the construction of a new terminal building. The new vault may be a stand-alone facility near the new terminal or may be incorporated into the envelope of the new terminal building.
Columbia Metro Airport
OHMEGA provided electrical engineering design services as required for the expansion of the airport’s existing TSA Security Checkpoint. The Client will provide all CAD background drawings and access to the facility as required to complete the scope.
Boston Logan Int’l Airport
OHEMGA provides electrical engineering design and bidding services as required for the rehabilitation of the airport’s 10,083’ long by 150’ wide runway. The electrical design scope consists of the following tasks: Replacement of Runway lights included: Runway High-Intensity Edge Lights...
Miami International Airport
OHMEGA provided electrical engineering design services for the upgrade of the critical power distribution system (CPDS) at the Miami International Airport (MIA) Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT).
Philadelphia International Airport
OHMEGA provided electrical engineering design services for the rehabilitation of apron lighting at Philadelphia International Airport. The project included the replacement of existing high pressure sodium (HPS) Lumineers with new state of the art, energy efficient LED Lumineers.
Charleston Executive Airport
OHMEGA provided engineering consulting, design and construction phase services for the rehabilitation of airfield lighting systems at Charleston Executive Airport. The design included lighting systems for two runways, taxiways, new airfield lighting vault, new rotating beacon, and new primary and supplementary wind cones
Greater Orlando International Airport
OHMEGA assisted the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority in creating an Airfield Lighting Management System that will generate a condition assessment of the GOAA-owned and maintained airfield lighting system at the Orlando International Airport.
San Jose International Airport
OHMEGA provided low voltage communications engineering design and construction phase services for the construction of approximately 10,000 square feet of aviation terminal space plus (6) 30,000 SF hangars with attached offices, (1) 60,000 SF hangar with attached offices, (1) 3,600 SF GSE shop, fuel farm and ramp. The project consisted of the construction of a new terminal facility and multiple hangar facilities for Signature Flight Support at San Jose International Airport in San Jose, California.
New Terminal Site Electrical Design at Lancaster County Airport (LKR)
OHMEGA provided electrical engineering design services for the construction of a new Airfield Lighting Vault to support the construction of a new terminal building. The new vault may be a stand-alone facility near the new terminal or may be incorporated into the envelope of the new terminal building. The vault is anticipated to be approximately 12’-0” x 12’-0” in size.
The vault will also house the Automatic Transfer Switch and Distribution Panel for the terminal emergency power circuit. This project also included: initial site investigation, project kick-off and review meetings.
New vault equipment including: constant current regulators and series cutouts, Lighting control cabinet and radio controller, new electrical distribution equipment, interior and exterior lighting w/ automatic controls, new grounding & lightning protection, exhaust fan and heater with thermostat, 5kV field distribution cables cabinet, interior wire & cable distribution raceways, homerun circuits hand hole at exterior of vault building, reconnect existing circuits to vault building panel, automatic transfer switch for Emergency Generator (generator was not included), emergency power distribution panel for terminal emergency power and circuit load calculations.
The Code Compliance: the National Electric Code (NFPA 70), latest version, International Building Code (FBC), latest version, County Building Department and the National Fire Alarm Code (NFPA 72), latest version. Technical Specification and the Estimates of Probable Construction Cost (Cost Opinion).