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Providing cable management services to one of the country’s busiest airports involves close collaboration to navigate the 1,200 daily flights, tight security and off-site storage requirements that are crucial to keep the job on track and the planes flying.
LAGUARDIA AIRPORT REDEVELOPMENT
Turtle & Hughes Linden Transit Outside/Inside Sales group, along with our Bridgewater Central Distribution Center (CDC) team, is providing premium Prysmian cable management services and furnishing three conductor triplexed 500MCM AWG flat strap medium voltage cable to New York’s LaGuardia Airport and its new 5kv power distribution of the West, Center and East Sections. This will meet the electrical demand of the +$4 billion modernization project now underway at LaGuardia Airport.
Our involvement includes cable management services on 140,000 feet of medium voltage Prysmian cable. Our Linden Outside/Inside Sales team handles design coordination, submittals, certified test reports, training and asset tracking, while much of the behind-the-scenes work occurs at our CDC to complete the cycle of “just in time“ deliveries to the airport. Cable management involves cutting 1,000-foot cable service reels to put-up reels required by the installing electrician. These reels are stored at the CDC and then delivered to the work site, as needed. LaGuardia Airport is a high-security project, so all work on the “airside” requires escorts, while work on the tarmac mandates that airlines be notified to clear the area.
When complete, electrical capacity to the airport will be greatly improved and this vital national infrastructure facility will be modernized to handle passenger and aircraft capacity for the next 20 years.