Imperial Construction was selected as the general contractor for the expansion and renovation of the terminal building at Meacham International Airport in Fort Worth, Texas. The project included a 23,000 SF third story addition to the two-story existing facility. Included was a new entry lobby, parking enhancements, office space finish out and energy-saving glass that adjusts automatically with the sun for over 85,000 SF of additions and renovations.
The renovation project addressed many deficiencies, including outdated heating/ventilation and air conditioning systems, cooling towers that were under constant repair, lack of fire protection in certain areas and Americans with Disabilities Act accessibility concerns. Other work included a new entry lobby, parking enhancements, office space finish out and energy-saving glass that adjusts automatically with the sun. A Customs facility was also added to the renovation with bombproof walls and bulletproof glass.
Unique features include:
Conference center. The building features a high-tech conference center area on the third level as rentable space ideally suited for corporate training sessions, business conferences and private events such as wedding receptions.
LEED Silver Certification.
Architect: Hahnfeld, Hoffer, Stanford
Location: Fort Worth, TX