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Sacramento International Airport Restroom Renovation Project


When Sacramento International Airport (SMF) undertook a project to improve the restrooms in Terminal A, they needed a plan to minimize impactand disruption for travelers during renovation.  SMF moved the work forward via their first Alternative Delivery Project using a Construction Manager at Risk, with the project completed in three separate phases over an 18-month period.


As the construction management leader, TRC integrated seamlessly with SMF staff and established the key relationships to effectively manage construction in a dynamic environment where the safety of  construction teams and the public is critical . Through our ability to connect into construction teams, airport staff and stakeholders, we successfully supported SMF’s bathroom renovation project by ensuring project safety, managing schedule impacts, and minimizing passenger exposure to the construction site.


The completed project has a footprint of approximately 9,700 square feet. Existing fixtures and finisheswere demolished and renovated in a manner that enhances the user experience, including fully enclosed stalls for increased privacy.

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