OPTIMUM OPERATING FACILITY

GOVERNMENT

From historic statehouses to courtrooms to correctional facilities to airports, EAB has experience throughout our history in dealing with the unique challenges of government facilities. With passionate integrity, we work to find a solution to meet your unique needs, no matter how complex.  

As experts in our field, our team is thoroughly equipped and technically astute with testing systems serving sensitive and historic buildings, the unique life-safety and security challenges that are presented in correctional facilities, and the voluminous ventilation and energy plant requirements encountered in mega airports. 

DFW Airport

DFW AirportEAB provided Testing and Balancing services to the new 2.2 million square-foot International Terminal D at DFW Airport, as well as, the Terminal D Parking Garage, Skybridge to Terminal C, and the new 300-room Grand Hyatt Hotel. Upgrades were also made to the Central Plant, which provides heating and cooling to the entire airport.  

Before the project was able to kick off in September 2001, 9/11 took place. Due to this tragic event, the project needed to be re-configured to align with the strict new guidelines imposed on airports. This caused the project to have schedule delays for design changes that ultimately compressed the final construction schedule. 

This project is notable because of its size and concurrent construction schedule of all five projects listed above. EAB was able to provide significant manpower and resources to meet the rigid and compressed schedule because our team is specifically trained, equipped, and technically astute in the government markets in which we serve.  

DFW AirportDFW Airport

EAB provided Testing and Balancing services to the new 2.2 million square-foot International Terminal D at DFW Airport, as well as, the Terminal D Parking Garage, Skybridge to Terminal C, and the new 300-room Grand Hyatt Hotel. Upgrades were also made to the Central Plant, which provides heating and cooling to the entire airport.  

Before the project was able to kick off in September 2001, 9/11 took place. Due to this tragic event, the project needed to be re-configured to align with the strict new guidelines imposed on airports. This caused the project to have schedule delays for design changes that ultimately compressed the final construction schedule. 

This project is notable because of its size and concurrent construction schedule of all five projects listed above. EAB was able to provide significant manpower and resources to meet the rigid and compressed schedule because our team is specifically trained, equipped, and technically astute in the government markets in which we serve.