Owner: FAA (Federal Aviation Administration)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Completion Date: January 2014
Architect: RW Armstrong
Description: The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) Control Wing and Major Mechanical Renovation Chicago Air Traffic Control Center is a task order contract as part of an IDIQ/MATOC, where Robins & Morton is serving as a subcontractor to R.W. Armstrong, who holds the FAA MATOC contract. This currently design-build project will run from late 2012 to early 2014. The project cost is $6.8 million. Work will include removing two chillers and replacing one chiller; removing five cooling towers and replacing with four new towers; replacing all chilled water and condensed water pumps; replacing a boiler and three hot-water pumps; replacing AHU in the Control Wing basement; and some minor asbestos removal.