AGS Inc | SFO – Firehouse No. 3 Relocation
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SFO – Firehouse No. 3 Relocation

The proposed project involved the addition of approximately 40,000 SF to the existing T3 between Boarding Area E and Boarding Area F to provide space for expanded security checkpoints and related structures and associated apron improvements. The project configuration included development of new security checkpoints, ticket counters, concessions, and associated areas.

AGS prepared a geotechnical study report and developed geotechnical and seismic design criteria for the proposed Firehouse. The study included field exploration, laboratory testing, geotechnical engineering analysis and report preparation. As part of the study, AGS performed extensive geologic and seismic hazard analysis for the proposed projects.

In addition, AGS was responsible for establishing project controls, document controls, and oversight of major project contractors – architects, contractors and trades for this $12 million project.

Building +Facilities
engineering analysis, field exploration, Fire House No. 3, laboratory testing, PMSS, SFO