Airport Facilities

San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco, California

International Terminal 2 Renovation

 

F. E. Jordan Associates, Inc. served as structural engineers for the design of the terminal. The total construction cost was $30 million. Lambert International AirportSt. Louis, Missouri Bridge Structures. The firm participated in the structural design of the departing ramp aerial structures in a major expansion project.

 

O'Hare International Airport

Chicago, Illinois

Bridge Structures

 

F.E. Jordan Associates, Inc. designed a portion of the elevated roadway in a major expansion project at the Central Terminal.  FEJA also provided a record of as-built drawings of electrical power and control wiring diagrams for the heating and refrigeration buildings.

 

Alameda Naval Station

Alameda, California

Architectural & Engineering Renovations, Pavement Repair

 

F.E. Jordan Associates, Inc. designed five different projects for the Alameda Naval Air Station, ranging from the design of airfield pavement repair to architectural and engineering renovations of Building 76 and Hanger 23. Total construction cost was $6 million.

 

Oakland International Airport

Oakland, California

UPS Air Cargo Building

 

J. Oakley & Associates, Inc., acquired in 1992 by F.E. Jordan Associates, Inc., completed design on this 61,200 sq. ft. air cargo building at a construction cost of $5.1 million. The facility is a 30-foot high steel framed building, including interior office space for a pilots' ready room, administrative offices, communications room, training classrooms and mechanized package handling equipment spaces. The site improvements included employee parking, truck parking and truck docks. The scope of work also included ULD/LTV storage spaces and handling equipment, including an electric rail system for loading palletized containers and transference to the apron area.

 

San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco, California

North Field Cargo Facility

 

The Stone & Webster/F.E. Jordan Associates, Inc. joint venture was awarded a contract by the San Francisco International Airport in 1994 for engineering design and construction support of the $40 million North Field Cargo Facility. The primary features of the project are a 170,000 sq. ft. first level material handling and storage area, and a 50,000 sq. ft. second level with administrative offices. This multi-user facility will be a high bay structure, and will include a stacking storage system. A new taxiway is included, as well as an apron area with six hardstands for maintenance and fueling of aircraft. A utility trench was relocated along the perimeter of the site, and includes utilities serving the entire airport. F.E. Jordan Associates, Inc. is providing project management and design of the cargo building in joint venture, and is separately responsible for the design of the apron, taxiway and utility trench, with a projected cost of $20 million.

 

FAA Air Traffic Control Tower Program

FAA Air Traffic Control Tower Program

Pacific Northwest FAA Automated Flight Station

Oakland Int'l Airport

FAA Automated Flight Station

FAA Air Traffic Control Tower Program Pacific Northwest

 

Undertaking the annual program for the Federal Aviation Administration, Northwestern Region, F. E. Jordan Associates, Inc. executed the planning, site engineering, surveying and field investigation for air traffic control towers at five airports in the northwestern U.S.: Olympia Municipal and Walla Walla City/County Airports in Washington State; and Lewiston-Nez Perce, Pocatello Municipal and Twin Falls City/County Airports in Idaho.

 

Oakland International Airport

Oakland, California

FAA Automated Flight Station

 

The Federal Aviation Administration, Western Pacific Region, Los Angeles, California, required a 12,000 sq. ft. San Francisco Flight Service Station Building at the Oakland International Airport. F.E. Jordan Associates, Inc. provided all structural design and modifications to the standard drawings in accordance with UBC and local seismic building codes. The firm was also retained by the FAA to provide construction management.

 

Cobra Attack Helicopter Firing Range

Yakima, Washington

Helicopter Range

 

The firm was selected by the Department of Defense to perform design services for the Cobra Attack Helicopter Firing Range in Washington. The project consisted of surveying and designing 6.1 miles of access roads, helicopter landing strip, briefing buildings and an aircraft control tower. Construction cost was $5 million.