Philadelphia International 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.
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.
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.
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...
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).
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.
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
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.
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.
OHMEGA provided electrical engineering design services for the rehabilitation of apron lighting at PHL. Prepared: construction documents for the rehabilitation of apron lighting at PHL concourses B, C and D in three bid packages including: electrical and structural plans, technical specifications, engineering design report, and quantity takeoff, high mast lighting plan, elevation and detail drawings as needed for each pole location.
The 30% design submittal will include a recommended lighting layout, plus two optional configurations for consideration, lighting control system drawings using consolidated contactors with a photoelectric and timeclock controls system. The design shall include provisions for a future centralized computer control system, power system plans, elevation, wiring diagram and detail drawings for power system requirements for the new high mast lighting system.
Evaluated existing high mast light poles at B, C and D for the current condition and to estimate remaining life. Prepared high mast light pole and foundation designs. Participate in kickoff meetings, design review meetings, site investigations, and stakeholder meetings on site at PHL. Provided engineering support services during the Bidding Phase including preparation of addenda drawings, response to bidder questions, and attendance at the Pre-Bid Meeting. Provided engineering support services during the Construction Phase assuming three (3) separate bid packages.
Three separate price proposals include preparation of conformed documents, participation in the pre-construction meeting, review shop drawings, respond to contractor requests for information, participate in progress meetings by telephone, participate in up to four (4) on-site progress inspection visits, participate in the pre-final inspection to develop a punch list, participate in the final inspection to evaluation the completion of the punch list, and prepare record drawings using red-line as-builts provided by the contractor.