The terminal often represents the first impression a visitor gets of a new city. Other times, it represents a pit stop for a busy traveler. Today's terminals have become business centers, shopping and dining facilities in additional their traditional roles. Meeting all of these needs in addition to modern sustainability practices is what our engineers excel at. The new Stinger Terminal at DFW Airport is a 10 gate addition. MEPCE provide the mechanical, electrical, plumbing, airfield lighting, ramp operations and glycol systems design for this new addition. MEPCE also provided various engineering and commissioning services for the new 2 million square foot International Terminal D building at DFW Airport which opened in 2005.
Like all major facilities, the airport terminals and parking facilities are always evolving to keep up with the times. Whether it's for energy efficiency, tenant needs, traveler's satisfaction or security requirements, our experienced team has provided engineering services to deliver projects in a timely manner.
Airports are mini and sometimes major cities. They require numerous different types of equipment and services in order to conduct business. Our team has provided engineering services for a multitude of different facilities.