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||In 2002, in-line Checked Baggage Inspection Systems (CBIS) were installed and commissioned at various locations in Terminals B, C and E at Logan International Airport. Terminal A was subsequently constructed with an entirely new baggage handling system that also included an in-line CBIS. While these systems were state-of-the-art at the time, they were designed well before the adoption of the Planning Guidelines and Design Standards (PGDS) by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) in 2009. Under the proposed project, the Authority is proposing to make improvements to the CBISs at Logan International Airport.
The scope of work on the Project involves construction activities in all of the Terminals at Logan International Airport. Extensive interaction and coordination with the TSA and the airlines will be required. Construction of the Project will commence in the summer of 2012. The work will be completed in a minimum of five phases. The work on the last of the phases will be completed on or before April of 2014.
The proposed work includes the demolition of existing duct work, diffusers and associated HVAC infrastructure in an existing office area. The work shall also include but not be limited to the construction of new HVAC ducts and diffusers, the installation of VAV boxes with associated controls and the installation of a split system to provide supplemental cooling in a telecom closet.
The estimated value of work to be performed by the HVAC trade contractor is $70,000.