In 2009, the Jamestown Regional Airport Authority committed to constructing a new Terminal Building at the Jamestown Regional Airport in Jamestown, North Dakota. Interstate Engineering was the Project Manager and worked closely with the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), the North Dakota Aeronautics Commission (NDAC), and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to construct a 4,835 square foot addition to the existing terminal at the airport.
The new portion of the building serves as the Passenger Terminal while a portion of the existing Terminal Building was remodeled to serve as a baggage tunnel. Another portion of the existing building was remodeled to serve as the arrival baggage area, and a final portion was remodeled to serve as a second mechanical room. Interstate Engineering led the coordination of the design concept and subcontracted the architectural design portion.
Interstate Engineering was also responsible for project management including all FAA paper work and project scheduling; design of all civil aspects of the project including fencing, concrete paving, asphalt patching, concrete sidewalks, and demolition; construction observation during all phases of the project; and serving as a liaison between the contractor, the architect, and electrical, mechanical, and structural engineers. This project required close coordination between the contractors, the airport authority, Delta Airlines, and the TSA, as passenger access to commercial flights went un-interrupted throughout the construction process.