The $24.2 million San Francisco International Airport (SFO) South Field tenant relocation project is required by the Terminal 1 Redevelopment Program to relocate B16 tenants to existing SFO cargo buildings. The demolition of B16 is a critical path item that is needed to provide additional Airport Operations Area space for the new checkpoint and firehouse projects, as well as for a taxi lane relocation.
As part of the project management support services responsibilities, PMA evaluated six cargo buildings, including B900, which identified three cargo building projects (B606 Renovation, B624, & B730 Temporary Facilities) that met current tenants and stakeholder needs and provided an appropriate investment to extend the buildings’ useful life while maintaining budget and schedule.
PMA provided project controls, scheduling, construction management, cost management/cost estimating, and project management throughout various project phases that include preprogramming, programming, design, construction, commissioning, activation, and closeout. PMA worked as an integrated team with design staff; the CM/GC; existing and new tenants; and SFIA stakeholders (e.g., AVM, duty managers, IT, aviation security, facilities maintenance, electrical shop, sustainability), as well as coordinated with other Terminal 1 program projects.