City of Philadelphia, Division of Aviation, Restrooms Upgrades Phases 1 and 2, Philadelphia International Airport
Restrooms upgrades at the airport include the planning and design of dynamic new layouts, finishes, custom millwork and increased energy efficiency for the four sets of restrooms in Terminals B and C concourse. The project includes sustainable design elements, such as low flow fixtures to increase water efficiency, LED light fixtures with daylight and occupancy sensing, increased ventilation and use of recycled content.
Artwork by local artists on the concourse facing walls orients passengers to entrances and enlivens the concourse. These restrooms have become the prototype for Phase 2 renovations in Terminals D, E, and F.
For this project, Envision also developed estimates and provided quality assurance services throughout phases one and two of the PHL restroom upgrades. Envisions quality assurance process provided the design team with another set of eyes to ensure that all documentation provided to the contractors for bid would be understandable and consistent. Envision was able to utilize our past history with airport projects to prepare an estimate that not only reflected documentation but also highlighted some potential issues that the contractor may need to consider in his bidding effort, as well.
- Quality Assurance
- Cost Estimating