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Swinerton Builders is in the stage for the Terminal 2 Parking Plaza (T2PP).

Major elements of construction are: 

The plaza will house approximately 3,000 parking spaces within a 3-level cast in place concrete structure with a deep pile foundation system. There will be site work sub surface improvements to relocate and install new UG utilities, site work surface improvements (AC paving, site concrete, striping), landscape enhancements, and architectural enhancements to the structure.

All businesses interested in contracting opportunities with the T2PP project and Swinerton at San Diego International Airport are required to:

  • STEP 1
    Register your business through the contractor/vendor/supplier PlanetBids Vendor Portal for Swinerton Builders to receive notifications when opportunities arise in your field of work, search for bid requests, download documents, and bid electronically.

NEW & EXISTING SUBS REQUEST LOGIN:
Email subcontractorprequal@swinerton.com
Subject line "T2PP Prequalification" - Include FEDERAL TAX ID

For more information on opportunities, resources, events, and more - visit Swinerton’s T2PP project website: www.SwinertonT2PP.com

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Terminal 2 West Federal Inspection Services (FIS) Facility

Turner/PCL is in the final design stage for the Federal Inspection Services (FIS) Facility. The design effort is led by Gensler.

The enhancements of the new FIS Facility provide greater flexibility with independent swing gates and increased capacity and expanded processing areas. There will be a second baggage reclaim device and more queuing space in the lower level customs hall as well as utilization of the newest processing efficiencies introduced by Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

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The ASF included; a new Facilities Management Department campus (to include offices, warehouse, shops, and parking of equipment, fleet vehicles, and staff vehicles), Aircraft fueling operators offices, maintenance facility, and parking facilities for aircraft refueling trucks, Rental Car Center Bus Parking Facility Modifications, and a 3 million gallon underground storm water cistern on the North Side of the Airport along Pacific highway. An Airline Support Building which included American, United, and Delta Airlines Tis and various other Airline Support offices and facilities on the South side of the airport along Harbor Drive. The project met LEED Gold certification from the United States Green Building Council with a design team led by Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum (HOK) and C&S Companies.

Design/Construction Team includes:
  • Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum (HOK) – Architects
  • C&S Companies – Civil Engineers and LEED Consultant (Local)
  • Group Delta – Geotech
  • STC Traffic – Traffic Engineering Controls (Local SBE)
  • Blymyer Engineers – Fueling/Maintenance
  • Rick Engineering – Landscape (Local)
  • KPFF – Structural Engineer (Local)
  • Randall Lamb – MEP Engineer (Local SBE)
  • Jensen Hughes – Code/Fire Life Safety
  • Consolidated Building Systems – Tenant Relocation (Local, Small and Service Disabled Veteran)
  • and over 450 partners designing and building the overall project.
    • 250+ local firms (approx. $93M)
    • 200+ Small, Minority and Veteran-Owned firms (approx. $58M)

Sundt would like to thank the San Diego International Airport Authority for selecting our team as well as all our partners who worked hard toward a successful completion of airport improvements. Please visit Sundt at the San Diego International Airport to see our completed projects at our beautiful San Diego Airport facility.

To learn more about the new Sundt project, The Administration Building, our teams, schedule of bid package releases and procurement process, please go to the Sundt’s Airport Administration Building Opportunities.

To register for notifications and to search bid packages go to PlanetBids Registration & Search.

Sundt Construction, Inc. is currently in the design phase of the new Airport Administration Building which will be relocating Airport Authority personnel from the original Commuter Terminal to the West Side of the Airport along McCain Road. The project is a Progressive Design-Build and we will begin phased construction after completion of 60% design documents. Demolition of the old office trailer compound along McCain road will begin in December 2021 and the overall project will complete in late 2023.

This project is a component of the ADP implementation and includes a replacement of the Authority’s existing administration building. The location of the existing Airport Administration building (old Commuter Terminal) is in conflict with the proposed Terminal and Roadways and Airside Improvements projects such that these projects cannot be completed until the Authority is moved into the new building and has completed the demolition of the existing administration building. The Authority intends for the Project to be completed as quickly and cost-effectively as possible to minimize potential delays to the other Authority projects.

The project includes construction of a new four (4) story Building of approximately 130,000 square feet and relocation of the following existing major functions (key project features) from the current Authority administration building:

  1. Authority administrative offices
  2. Authority Board room
  3. Airport innovation lab
  4. Authority staff & fleet vehicle parking
  5. Group fitness facility.

The project is scheduled to meet Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification from the United States Green Building Council with a design team led by Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum (HOK).

Design/Construction Team includes:
  • Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum (HOK) – Architects
  • Snipes-Dye Associates – Civil Engineers (Local, SBE)
  • Group Delta – Geotech (Local)
  • KPFF – Structural Engineer (Local)
  • Jensen Hughes – Code/Fire Life Safety
  • MA Engineers – Mechanical & Plumbing Engineers (Local, SBE)
  • MOYE Consulting – AOC/EOC & Special Systems (SBE, M/WBE)
  • Pilar Associates – Acoustical & Environmental Consultant (Local, SBE)
  • Michael Wall Engineering – Electrical Engineer (Local)
  • Syska Hennessy Group – Vertical Transportation Consultant (Local)

To learn more about the new Airport Administration Building, our teams, subcontracting opportunities, and how to be invited to bid, please go to the Sundt’s Airport Administration Building Opportunities.

To receive bid and event notifications, please complete Step #1: Registration in Sundt’s Database.

To be shortlisted to bid a bid package, a contractor must ALSO complete Step #2: Prequalification.

This project is subject to a Project Labor Agreement (PLA). Click here to read more about the PLA.

Arrive (Turner Construction, Flatiron, & Gensler) is in the stage for the new Terminal 1.

Major elements of construction are:

The new Terminal will include a modern and efficient facility with 30 gates – 11 more than the existing Terminal 1. It will offer more gate-area seating, restaurants and shops, as well as additional security checkpoints with more lanes and a host of energy-efficiency upgrades.

An extended “on airport” roadway system will take inbound airport traffic off of N. Harbor Drive at Laurel Street and a new, 5,500 car parking plaza will support the new Terminal. The Terminal will be built in two phases with the first 19 gates opening in Q2, 2025 and the remaining 11 gates completing in Q4 2027.

All businesses interested in contracting opportunities with the new Terminal 1 project and Arrive alliance at San Diego International Airport are required to:

  • STEP 1
    Register your business through Arrive’s Registration Form to pre-qualify for bid opportunities, connecting to project information, qualification resources, and project team members. Once you have registered to access contracting opportunity information visit Open Doors.

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This project is subject to a Project Labor Agreement (PLA). Click here to read more about the PLA.