Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport, BWI Airport, Maryland
The installation of two subsurface sewage injection pumps and valves, with all ancillary plumbing piping and electronic controls, into the BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport Pier C tunnel in a confined space with only 8 feet of headroom. The job required the removal and replacement of heavy duty concrete paving and staged excavation 13 feet deep to set two precast concrete structures below the finished floor level of the tunnel. This required hand excavation to locate utilities, engineered heavy timber shoring, and a gantry crane to set the structures due to the restricted headroom and long travel distance into the tunnel all within 90 calendar days including the submittal process and lead time on the equipment which ate up the majority of the schedule. In the end we likened this job to building a ship inside a bottle.
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