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Environmental Consulting for LAX Redevelopment

The Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) began a multi-billion dollar redevelopment program beginning in 2007 through 2018.


Environmental Consulting for LAX Redevelopment

The Los Angeles International Airport begain a multi-billion dollar redevelopment program beginning in 2007 through 2018.  Since 2008, Andersen Environmental, a firm recently acquired by EFI Global, has provided a range of environmental consulting, safety consulting, and construction monitoring services to Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), various General Contractors and airlines. This program includes the new Tom Bradley International Terminal, a new Central Utility Plant (CUP), new taxiways and runways, major renovations and infrastructure upgrades in all of the terminals, a new consolidated car rental facility and an intermodal transportation center.

The largest completed project to date, both in terms of contract value and scope, is the Alaska Airlines Terminal 6 Renovations. This project required intensive planning and coordination with multiple stakeholders and government agencies as all construction activities were undertaken while the terminal was fully operational. Continuous monitoring cavities were performed three shifts per day, seven days per week, during an accelerated construction schedule to meet deadlines. Monitoring services included asbestos abatement monitoring with on-site analyses of PCM air samples, IAQ monitoring in public areas adjacent to work areas (VOC, fugitive dust emissions, metal fumes, CO), Geophysical surveys for utility location, soil sampling for suspect contamination, and monitoring of excavation and removal of contaminated soils.

In addition to analytical data, written and photographic documentation of work methods and engineering controls provided the owner a detailed record of site conditions and the ability to respond quickly to occupant concerns. Several public outreach meetings were conducted to address such concerns related to the presence of asbestos and lead-based paint and indoor environmental conditions. As result of this outreach and documentation, our services were integral in easing the concerns of airport employees.

Our work continues at LAX and includes enabling projects for new terminal construction, ongoing renovations of existing terminals and new development of intermodal transportation and airport buffer zones.

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