LaGuardia Airport Reconstruction Project
Foit-Albert Associates was selected by the Design Joint Venture, a joint venture of Parsons Brinckerhoff and Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum (HOK) to provide Architectural Support Services for the Central Terminal Building Redevelopment Project.
Pier A&B Demolition
Foit-Albert and its subconsultant team provided architectural and engineering services through construction documentation for the demolition of Piers A&B to allow for the new connecting bridges between the new Head House and Concourses as well as airplane taxi ways.
West Garage Connector to
Central Terminal B
Foit-Albert provided preliminary conceptual design (architectural and structural) and full design for a temporary pedestrian connector from the New West Parking Garage to the existing Central Terminal Building. Also prepared the construction documents, and Construction Administration.
Security Screening Check Point Reconfigure Pier A&B
Foit-Albert provided phasing and enabling architectural and engineering services through construction documentation for the Security Screening Check Point at Existing Central Terminal B (CTB). Scope of Work included architectural, interior design, structural engineering (as required), signage and wayfinding design, along with coordination and management of: baggage handling, security, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, and fire alarm subconsultants. As this scope of work was part of the phasing and enabling works of the project, timely coordination and completion of the design and deliverables was critical to the project sequence of work. All existing systems and equipment impacted by this Scope of Work were required to remain operational during the project.
Foit-Albert provided dedicated project personnel working in HOK’s office. Specific Projects: CC “B” Shell: Structural Coordination, Level 1 Flood Walls, Exterior Wall Details, Elevations, Flood Barrier, Roof Headhouse Design, Enclosure Development, Structural/MEP coordination, Processing of submittals, Head House, Concourse B, Hangar 5