LAX Second Level Roadway Reconstruction
Mission Critical often has the opportunity to work on client projects from pre-procurement to final closeout. The $80M LAX Second Level Roadway CMAR project is an excellent example of our integrated services approach.
Overall, the LAX Second Level project consisted of three key elements. The heavy civil scope involved bridge and deck reconstruction, bearing pad and barrier replacement and roadway widening. A significant electrical scope included installation of a new signature “light band” as well as custom lighting fixtures. Lastly, the project called for the continuation and completion of the overhead pedestrian canopies that had been started in an earlier phase.
Mission Critical coordinated the CMAR effort of the Myers-Banicki JV for this three-phase procurement. Our efforts included technical narratives and content creation, design and team coordination for the Statement of Qualifications and Technical Proposal submissions, as well as preparation for the final Team Interview. Mission Critical worked with the JV team to develop and narrate approaches to significant vehicular and pedestrian congestion within the work area (250,000 vehicles per day), night work requirements, high visibility of the construction work (and workers) to the public. Our team created an innovative response to address significant stakeholder coordination requirements with other airport contractors, governing agencies, airport transportation, airport concessions, consultants and general deliveries. Lastly, we worked with the project team to design, practice and deliver a winning interview that gained the team this important win.
On project award, Mission Critical’s graphic group developed a full brand package for the Myers-Banicki JV, while our web group designed and launched a full “subcontractor bidding portal” website to manage and track the dozens of bid packages created during preconstruction.
“Their dedication to this pursuit was unmatched,” says Clinton Myers, Vice President of Myers & Sons Construction, Inc.
As the project nears closeout, Mission Critical has now begun the process of document discovery and award preparation. We are thrilled to have authored the team’s first two winning submittals and look forward to a strong national showing as well. The project is the recipient of the:
- 2015 AGC of California Safety Award – Unique Safety Application
- 2015 AGC of California Safety Award – Safety Effort of a Project Team
“Our ability to respond to this three-phase procurement really highlights our “Technically Creative” approach,” says Matthew Costabile, Managing Partner. “We were part of the client’s site visit team, we worked directly with the PM and the engineering specialists to develop and narrate a winning approach, then we supported the team through the entire project lifecycle.”