Golden Gate Constructors
San Francisco, CA
May 2021–September 2022
With over 16.4 million passengers and nearly 500,000 tons of cargo going through SFO in 2020, precise preplanning and close collaboration was essential to success on the $127 million SFO Runway 10L-28R Project. With touchdown zones beginning to deteriorate, general contractor Golden Gate Constructors, electrical subcontractor Royal Electric Company, and other trades worked together to remodel the 12,000’ long, 200’ wide runway and connecting taxiways.
Royal Electric’s scope of work on our $48,688,252 subcontract included both demolition of existing and installation of new conduit, cable, light fixtures, and signage in sequence with Golden Gate Constructors’ grinding and pavement operations. Our team was also tasked with installing temporary electrical infrastructure to maintain existing airfield circuits during construction.
Overall, Royal installed over 1,000,000 LF of #10 cable, over 270,000 LF of conduit, 96 airfield guidance signs with precast sign pad foundations, ten 4x4x4 aircraft rated manholes, four 16-unit sectionalizers, one 12-unit sectionalizer, one 6-unit sectionalizer, over 1,770 base cans and fixtures, over 100 junction cans, over 270,000 LF of 5kV cable, and FAA runway status lights (RWSL).
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