McKissack has been selected on three (3) separate General Engineering Consultant (GEC) contracts providing project management and inspections. McKissack holds a prime contract and is also a subconsultant to two other firms. Projects under these contracts have included:
• 69th Street West Terminal Improvements: McKissack, as a prime, provided project management services for the reconstruction of West Terminal Building, platforms, trolley & bus driveway along perimeter of north and south platforms and Centered West Terminal building. The building reconstruction included new steel structure, glass curtain wall, storefronts, high albedo sun reflecting roof with lower green roof canopy along the perimeter of building. The interior fit-out included new MEP equipment with an automated energy management system, new finishes and passive solar and sustainable design concepts. The North platform was reconstructed with a green roof canopy, new MEP system and precast wall system. Site-work included new utilities, storm water system, catenary supports, landscaped areas with a green wall system and ADA improvements throughout the project.
• Wyndmoor Station Renovation: McKissack, as a prime, provided project management services, including inspections for partial renovations to the infrastructure and improvements to the aesthetic details of this historic train station. The scope of work included repairing structural steel columns, removing and replacing approximately 600 feet of platform decking on the inbound and outbound platforms, installing new three-ply cold applied roofing material throughout, and installing over 1,000 lineal feet of metal fascia material to correspond to this 1930 vintage architecture.
• 15th Street Station CM Support: McKissack, as subconsultant, is providing inspection services for the installation of five elevators, two connecting street level to mezzanine, two connecting the mezzanine level to the Street MFL Platforms and one elevator connecting the mezzanine level to the Street EB Trolley platform, the reconfiguration of fare lines at the 15th Street Mezzanine level and the two 16th Street entries, new welfare facilities, floor wall and ceiling treatments, new power distribution system, new lighting system, new fire alarm system, new CCTV system, new active and passage signage, new drainage piping, new fire suppression system and new cold water piping.