Owner Controlled Inspections for the Salt Lake City Department of Airports (SLCDA)Geolocation: 40.7866, -111.9829

 Terracon provided owner-controlled construction materials inspections services for the Salt Lake City Department of Airports

Terracon is providing Owner Controlled Inspections for the Salt Lake City International Airport Terminal Redevelopment Program (TRP), a $2 billion, 8-year major airport hub reconstruction program that includes a new terminal, parking structure, elevated roadways and light-rail system, car rental facility, and supporting utility work. The TRP broke ground in 2015, and is anticipated to continue until 2022. Terracon’s QA/QC inspection and materials services include reinforced masonry, reinforced concrete, structural steel, soils, OCCO, and HMA pavement. The Rental Car Quick Turn Around (QTA) project, completed in 2016, included deep and shallow foundations, masonry and concrete seismic restraints, PCCP tarmac, and associated site improvements; Terracon provided special inspections during installation of approximately 3,000 forty-feet deep stone columns.  Our responsibilities included field observation, field data review, observing and data review of modulus testing, acceptance/rejection, and submittal of Final Summary Report to the Building Official and Owner. Terracon has been providing geotechnical engineering, construction materials testing, and inspection support services to the SLC Department of Airports since 2011, with 2 contract renewals due to our attentiveness and attention to details. Terracon has worked on various projects for SLCDA at the International Airport, as well as South Valley Regional Airport. Our services have included soils testing, Hot Mix Asphalt testing, Reinforced Concrete and Masonry, and epoxy anchor installation. SLCDA contracted Terracon to provide construction materials testing and inspection services for construction of a new snow equipment storage building and access road; testing and inspections included soils, asphalt, and Reinforced Concrete and Reinforced Masonry inspections. The Asphalt Overlay Phase II project included various HMA overlays at the Salt Lake City International Airport, as well as South Valley Regional Airport.  Testing included subgrade and base course soils density testing, asphalt placement observations, in-place asphalt testing, and associated lab testing.

Salt Lake City, UT 84122



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Salt Lake CityGeolocation: 40.6251, -111.8964

Terracon’s office in Midvale, Utah has a qualified, experienced staff of more than 50 geotechnical and environmental engineers and scientists, Certified Industrial Hygienists and Certified Safety Professionals, field engineers, materials testing technicians, and Special Inspectors. Terracon’s team members are highly experienced, familiar with local soil and seismic conditions, and have successfully completed a wide variety of projects throughout Utah and surrounding states.

Engineering News Record has ranked Terracon as the #1 Intermountain Geotechnical and…