Address:

Denver, CO

GC:

Mortenson Construction

Owner:

United Airlines

Type:

Commercial

Architect:

n/a

Scope of work:

Transform six existing buildings on the former campus of the Stapleton Airport, into a state-of-the-art flight training facility. Kenny Electric was brought on board as a design-assist partner, working on all electrical and low voltage systems.

Kenny Electric’s scope of work varied depending on the building but included:

  • Replacement of main S-distribution switchboards and electrical infrastructure to simulators and mechanical equipment
  • Installation of UPS system for all simulators for power conditioning and backup power
  • Installation of electrical infrastructure for new simulators
  • Installment of two medium voltage transformers (A-grade level)
  • Re-routing the 13,200-volt feeders from under simulator bays
  • Updating all lighting fixture and controls
  • Installment of a lightning protection system

Control panels were custom built by Kenny Electric in our UL508A panel shop and modeling plans made available with BIM technology allowed us to prefab conduit units and trays, reducing the installation process to weeks vs. months. Kenny Electric recorded roughly 400,000 workforce hours on this project.