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Terminal B Parking Garage Repairs and Rehabilitation

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Award of Merit-Renovation/Restoration

Photo Courtesy of Consigli Construcion Co.
Photo Courtesy of Consigli Construcion Co.
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As part of an effort to make Boston's Logan International Airport safer, greener and more secure, workers upgraded a major parking garage from the 1970s and the supporting roadway system.

Work included adding security cameras to the five-level, 500,000-sq-ft facility, which has 2,700 parking spaces. Environmental improvements included replacing lighting with energy-efficient LEDs, which reduced electricity use by 49%. Some 1,024 photovoltaic panels installed on the garage's roof will generate enough energy to cover 5% of the facility's annual power needs.

Using precast beams for a roadway helped the project wrap up 11 months early and translated into $3 million in savings.

Terminal B Parking Garage Repairs and Rehabilitation, Boston

Key Players

Owner/Developer: Massachusetts Port Authority

General Contractor/Construction Manager: Consigli Construction Co.

Lead Designer: Baker/Wohl Architects

Structural, Civil and MEP Engineer: Fay, Spofford & Thorndike

Submitted by: Consigli Construction Co.

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