Project By Client
General Services Administration: Design/Build for TSA Break Room at Orlando International Airport
SITUATION > The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is responsible for passenger security screening at the Orlando International Airport. The client, General Services Administration, initiated the bidding process for Design/Build services to convert existing spaces at the airport into TSA offices and a break room. T&G was awarded the 8,283 square foot project based on competitive estimating, experience and an established relationship with the client.
ACTION > The renovation site involved three separate areas on three different levels of the airport for a total of 8,282 square feet. The scope included the complete demolition of the duty free shop, the build-out of the break room, offices and human resources department. Nearly half of the square footage was renovated to house TSA’s new Training University, an area designated to train new staff within the airport. All work was performed in a secure monitoring area.
RESULTS > Scheduling for the renovation was a critical function of the overall success of the project. Careful planning meant T&G completed the work on schedule and with budget.