Rehabilitation of Salt Lake City International Airport in Utah

Sterling Construction Company has won a $ 40.4 million paving contract for the redevelopment of Salt Lake City International Airport in Utah. The project is part of Design Pack 20 of the concrete paving package of the Salt Lake City International Airport Terminal Redevelopment Program. Salt Lake City Corporation, through its Department of Airports (SLCDA), has launched the Terminal Redevelopment Program (TRP) to welcome more passengers and larger aircraft while serving as a hub for travelers with improved facilities and options.

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The $ 4.1 billion Salt Lake City International Airport Refurbishment Initiative, Utah, is being phased in to ensure the Zero Impact on Travelers goal is upheld. In addition, the Design Pack 20 of the airfield concrete paving package includes all airfield and civil engineering work around the north hall east. Other important project components are the ramp and walls of the midfield vehicle tunnel, the destruction of existing taxiways and aprons, the removal of existing supply lines, the installation of rain drainage, water and sewage, airfield signage and lighting as well as communication / electrical drainage banks. Construction of the project is scheduled to start in February 2022. When completed, the airport will serve 34 million passengers a year.

“We are excited to be part of the historic New Rehabilitation of Salt Lake City International Airport, Utah project,” said Joseph Cutillo, CEO of Sterling. RLW made a significant contribution to this project and this award demonstrates our ability to provide value-added services and solutions to our customers. Our strategic transition in our heavy civil sector to alternative delivery aircraft projects is progressing well and will be an important element of our future strategy. The New Salt Lake City International Airport project is a great example of the green public works that Sterling would like to be identified with. “

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