The LAX Tom Bradley International Airport Terminal

The LAX Tom Bradley International Airport Terminal

The LAX International Terminal was unique. Again, the heavy foundation was already completed, but the detailing was not in sync with the ironworkers. The detailing was not looking for value engineering to reduce labor and a target completion is looming.
Because the placing superintendent had worked with Barlines so many times before, he decided he needed to replace the detailers. Barlines was tasked to get submittals caught up and detailing to meet local ironworker practices. To do this Barlines initially loaded the job with 6 rebar engineers. For better collaboration with the ironworkers and project engineers, Barlines signed up with Microsoft 365 in the cloud to make their work readily available to all.
The rebar superintendent needed to utilized fusion welded unities and terminators to speed up his work. They were dead set in beating the schedule, which was critical because the terminal is expecting increased traffic from Asia. He needed detailers that can work well with the ironworkers. He needed pinpoint deliveries on time because of the size of the job. The concrete sub was utilizing Tekla Beam exclusively. Needless to say the job completed ahead of schedule and under budget. Concrete Sub and Rebar Sub garnered several awards because of it. Barlines became a permanent Team Player for both subs.