Modernization and Standard Terminal 
Automation Replacement System Upgrade

This project included the complete renovation for several areas of the Air Traffic Control Tower for the Tulsa International Airport in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Primary areas renovated included the following:

  • Control Tower’s Base Building

  • Radar/TRACON Area

  • Radar Equipment Room

  • Junction and Cab Level of the Control Tower

  • Engine Generator Building

Renovation included asbestos abatement, demolition and construction of new interior walls, ceilings, carpet flooring, and raised access flooring. New office space and break areas were constructed for both the Air Traffic Controllers and Management staff. All existing HVAC equipment and ductwork was removed and replaced. The existing electrical system was updated to accommodate the new Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS) integrated by the Federal Aviation Administration. SGS completed all of the work for these facilities without a single interruption of its 24-hour operation.

Client Quote
“Without hesitation, I can state that SGS has been the best construction company that I have dealt with in my 15 years with the FAA. I would give them an excellent rating.  SGS and their superintendent never stated, “We can’t do that.” They adapted to changing conditions, scope and work hours without complaining.”

Charles H. Sullivan, Resident Engineer
Federal Aviation Administration

 

Details
LOCATION 

Tulsa International Airport
Tulsa, Oklahoma

SIZE

10,000 SF

CLIENT

Federal Aviation Administration

MARKETS

Government
Aviation
Renovation

ROLE 

Prime Contractor