Working in a busy airport, we delivered the Snow Removal Equipment Building on time and under the Guaranteed Maximum Price budget. We returned $568 K in savings to Reno Tahoe Airport Authority. The CMAR project includes construction of a 32,500 square foot steel and CMU framed building to house the snow removal equipment fleet of RTAA air eld maintenance. The building is divided into 11 drive-through bays, each bay containing two sectional doors, one on the south facade and one on the north facade.
“Outstanding construction leadership and project management was provided by Clark/Sullivan in keeping the project moving ahead, providing excellent communications, overcoming unforeseen challenges and completing the project under budget and ahead of schedule.” – Gary Probert, Reno-Tahoe International Airport
Parking areas feature approximately 37,000 linear feet of radiant heat tubing and radiant floor slab to assist with the melting and removal of snow for the plows and brooms. Site work included AC paving, concrete paving, storm drains, site utilities and new AOA fencing and gates. n nn