Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT)
Terminal Modernization Project
- Overseeing BHSC submittals on behalf of the Airport Authority
- 200+ submittal items identified to assist with TSA submittal processes
- Introduced new technology offerings to the Airport Authority that were added to project
- Key member of the ORAT team, engaging stakeholders for a smooth operational transition
The Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) Terminal Modernization Program (TMP) is a 632,000 square foot terminal expansion and renovation project to provide a new three-level facility as a renovation of the existing Airside Terminal that includes a ground level, a concourse level, and a mezzanine addition. The project includes 51 airline gates with boarding bridges, a multi-use garage with rental car services, a new roadway system, a cell phone lot, and long-term surface parking.
As a critical member of the Project Management Office (PMO) team, Studdiford Technical Solutions, LLC (STS) is providing BHS subject matter expertise, including design reviews (for both design and construction documentation), presenting the airport authority with different technological advancements for incorporation into the baggage handling system (BHS), and providing recommendations for RFI responses (including interfacing with the airport authority such that all options are considered). The project entails design and installation of a full turnkey inbound and outbound system within a greenfield terminal expansion. The scope of services includes oversight of all BHS CBIS design for TSA compliance, monitoring BHS contractor work, technological recommendations, ORAT support, and bid package development oversight.