Chicago/O’Hare Modernization Program
Ardmore Roderick provided construction management for the O’Hare Modernization Program, the $6.6 Billion project that reconfigured O’Hare Airport’s intersecting runways into a more parallel configuration. As a subconsultant on this multi-year expansion of O’Hare International Airport, Ardmore Roderick provided the North Airfield Site Manager, the South Airfield Zone Manager, Lead Resident Engineers, Office Engineers, Assistant Resident Engineers, Project Managers, and Field Inspectors for a large number of separate contracts. Our North Airfield Site and South Airfield Zone Managers were responsible for the coordination of all aspects of airside and landside construction activities between contractors and the Chicago Department of Aviation at O’Hare International Airport.
Select contracts include:
North Airfield: Site Management Projects – Lead Resident Engineer/Site Manager
New, Runways, Utilities, FAA Control Tower, Water Main Relocation, Site Grading, Pump Stations, NAVAIDS, Roads
South Airfield: South Basin Projects – Lead Resident Engineer/Zone Manager
Extension of Taxiway Kilo, Relocation of DOA, FAA and ComEd Utilities, Filling In Existing Lake O’Hare, Creating New Airside Detention Basin, South Basin Drainage and Mass Grading, New Pump Station, Oil Water Separator Structures, Energy Dissipation Structures, Utilities and Drainage, Relocation and Construction of the Union Pacific Railroad
Relocation and Construction of the Union Pacific Railroad
Our Lead Resident Engineer provided design and constructability review of drawings and specifications and oversight for the relocation and construction of the Union Pacific Railroad mainline track to a new Interim Rail Alignment to allow for the expansion of O’Hare Airport to the west and south of its present limits.