Restoration – Garage

Wilkes – Barre ⁄ Scranton International Airport Parking Garage

Wilkes – Barre ⁄ Scranton International Airport

Features: Four story pre-cast double tee garage with cast in place concrete pour strips over girders. The double tees are typically supported by pre-cast columns, cast in place walls and ledge beams. The exterior facade consists of precast spandrels which support the double tees.

Description: DESMAN was retained by the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport to provide engineering service for the structural strengthening and renovation of the Parking garage. The Four-story self-park, open parking structure with a capacity of approximately 650 cars is located at the west side of the Airport Terminal Building and provides parking for patrons and personnel of the Airport facilities.

DESMAN conducted a detailed structural and engineering assessment of the parking garage and three options of repair programs along with their associated cost were presented to the Owner. Based on our condition assessment and recommendations, a decision was made to implement one of the three comprehensive repair programs. DESMAN is the engineer on record on this project and the scope of services are preparation of repair drawings and specifications, cost estimating, preparation of contract documents and bidding services, evaluation of bids, construction support services and Job Site Inspections etc.

The major repairs are pour strip and slab concrete repairs, wall repairs, repair of expansion joints, structural strengthening, new shear connectors, tee joints sealant repairs, installation of new traffic bearing membrane, drainage improvements, striping, etc.


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