Transportation

Intermodal Facility at Chicago O’Hare International Airport

Autumn Construction Services, Inc. is providing Owner’s Representative Services to coordinate the design and construction of the O’Hare Airport’s proposed Intermodal Facility which consists of the construction of the three (3) million plus square foot Consolidated Rental Car Facility, Public Parking, and extension of the Automated Train System (ATS) from Parking Lot E to the new CRCF.  Autumn’s staff previous involvement in the successful construction of Midway Airport’s CRCF and experience with a multitude of Capital Improvement projects at O’Hare will enable Autumn to apply specialty knowledge and a pragmatic perspective to the services rendered.   

Consolidated Rental Car Facility (CRCF) at Midway International Airport

The LEED© Silver CRCF consisted of a multipurpose five-story pre-cast concrete elevated parking structure which included office spaces, operations and MEP control rooms, and a multi-agency customer service area. In addition, the facility included a separate onsite state-of-the-industry Quick Turnaround Area consisting of a single story building with 9 car wash bays and rental agency office space and an adjacent 36 pump fueling and servicing station.  Renewable energy is provided by photovoltaic solar panels and wind turbines. The facility is designed to operate at 23% reduction in energy.  The project team, led by Tim Morgan, completed the multi-stakeholder facility under budget and provided a first-class facility.  Autumn Construction Services, Inc. provided the construction management and construction administration services for the $54 million dollar multi-stakeholder facility.  Autumn also served as the CxA, performing the prerequisite and enhanced LEED Commissioning services.

Chicago O’Hare International Airport Joint-use Consolidated Rental Car/Parking Facility & ATS Station

The project consists of the design of combined Consolidated Rental Car Facility (1,800,000 SF), Parking Garage (1,410,000) and Airport Transit System Station.  The project will be designed to achieve LEED Silver.  The project energy use highlights includes the incorporation of geothermal energy and a sophisticated Building Automation System (BAS) for the multi-purpose facility.  Autumn Construction Services, Inc. is providing the design phase Commissioning Documents and the Commissioning review of the Basis of Design (BOD) for verification that the Owner’s Project Requirements (OPR) has been effectively incorporated into the design documents.

American Airlines Owner’s Representative Services for Chicago O’Hare International Airport and St. Louis Lambert Airport

Autumn Construction Services, Inc. , provided Owner’s Representative Project Management services to oversee construction  rehabilitation and repairs on Lambert Airport’s Concourse C and O’Hare Airport Terminal 2 & 3.  

ORD Bridge Inspection Services

Autumn is performing detailed inspections and evaluations of ramp and bridge structures as part of a team led by HNTB at O’Hare International Airport.

Metra Platform Improvements

Autumn is pleased to be part of the team providing construction inspection services for Metra’s Deerfield Commuter Station along the Milwaukee District-North Line. The scope of work includes the installation of retaining walls adjacent to the platform and concrete repair work.

Illinois Tollway’s Tri-State Bridge Rehabilitation Project

dsc04112Autumn is providing Phase III Engineering Services to the Illinois State Toll Highway Authority as part of a team led by Bowman, Barrett & Associates, Inc.  The $12 Million bridge rehabilitation project is located on the Tri-State Tollway between the Bensenville Railroad and Lawrence Avenue.  Construction began in March, 2009 and is scheduled to be complete by the end of the year.  Autumn’s personnel on this project include the Assistant Liaison/Resident Engineer and the Document Technician.

City of Chicago’s Michigan Avenue Bridge

Autumn is providing project management support services to F.H. Paschen, S.N. Nielsen for the CDOT Bureau of Bridges & Transit’s Michigan Avenue Bridge Historic Improvement project.  The work consists of the reconstruction of the existing historic railing, replacement of the sidewalk and lighting improvements at the Michigan Avenue Bascule Bridge over the Main Branch of the Chicago River.  The project is scheduled to be complete by June, 2009.