One World Trade Center Elevator and Escalator Construction Oversight and Acceptance Testing
New York, New York
Soaring above the city at 1,176 feet, One World Trade Center is America’s tallest building and a New York landmark. The building’s success relies heavily on the proper installation and maintenance of the elevators and escalators that transport tenants to stops within its 104 floors. The elevators move at a...
Corporate/Industrial, Vertical Transportation
PHX Sky Train Stage 1
After more than a decade of planning, design, and construction, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport opened Stage 1 of the PHX Sky Train® to customers on April 8, 2013. The people mover system allows one of the country's busiest airports to alleviate roadway congestion and enhance customer service, while serving as...
Transportation: Airports, Transportation: Bridges, Project Delivery: CM-at-Risk & Turnkey, Transportation: Transit & Rail, Transit & Rail: Transit System Development, Vertical Transportation
One of the 10 busiest airports in the U.S., Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) transports nearly 40 million people annually and is the largest economic engine in the state of Arizona. Daily, PHX generates $79 million in economic impact and serves more than 1,200 aircraft and 100,000 passengers. For...
Transportation: Airports, Transportation: Bridges, Project Delivery: CM-at-Risk & Turnkey, Transit & Rail: Mass Transit, Project Delivery, Transportation: Transit & Rail, Transit & Rail: Transit System Development, Transportation, Vertical Transportation
Replacement of Terminal 3 Escalators at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Thousands of passengers rushing to catch their flights pass through Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport’s Terminal 3 each day. The terminal’s four escalators operate 24/7 to help commuters move quickly through the terminal. Gannett Fleming’s vertical transportation division, Vertical Transportation Excellence (VTX®), developed a design-build modernization program to maintain the...
Transportation: Airports, Transportation, Vertical Transportation
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