USPS AIRPORT MAIL CENTER RENOVATION & EXPANSION
San Francisco International Airport
The San Francisco Airport Mail Center (AMC) renovation and expansion project was a $49 million project for the United States Postal Service (USPS) and consisted of the construction of ten new truck docks and a 97,000-sf addition to the existing 166,000-sf building. All of the existing material handling equipment was demolished and disposed of and new material handling equipment and conveyors were provided and installed. The new automation was designed to triple the processing capacity of the facility.
The 97,000-sf addition to the existing AMC included new material handling equipment, inclusive of a universal sorting machine, robotics, and conveyor systems, HVAC and electrical systems, site clearing, grading, paving and drainage, fencing, new and upgraded on-site service utilities, landscaping and repair and restriping of existing pavement. The project remodeling of the existing facility also included the abatement of 155,000-sf asbestos containing floor tile, lead paint and other material as well as building and site demolition.
EPC Consultants provided construction management services to USPS as a subconsultant.