KCI airport terminal

  • Location: Kansas City, Missouri
  • Owner: Kansas City Aviation Department
  • General contractor: Clark/Weitz/Clarkson JV
  • Engineer: Henderson Engineers

KCI Terminal Modernization

Capital Electric Construction provided electrical construction services for the new terminal at Kansas City International Airport.

Terminal construction
Terminal construction was design-build procurement with the electrical engineering firm being one of Capital Electric’s subcontractors. Power and lighting procurement to support the new 39-gate terminal. Scope included installation of 16-4000A 480/277V services, 208/120V distribution and branch circuits to support terminal operations, four emergency distribution systems, lightning protection systems, mechanical equipment power connections, passenger boarding bridge and eGSE power, lighting and lighting controls. Baggage handling systems, fire alarm, security and low-voltage systems are not part of this scope.

Landside construction
Scope included installation of new roadway and surface parking lot lighting power systems and vehicle charging stations to support the new terminal and parking garage configuration. The parking garage was not part of Capital Electric’s scope of work.

Airside construction
Scope included relocation of FAA and KCAD communication duct banks, installation and reconfiguration of taxiway center/edge lighting and lit navigation signage, installation of apron high mast lighting and fence lighting. Also included are power and lighting services for GSE tanks and glycol storage equipment power rough-in.