Shaw-Lundquist, a construction company dedicated to exceptional construction services, has a rich history of successfully delivering complex projects. This blog post recalls several signature projects at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
Shaw-Lundquist Projects at MSP
The C-G Connector
The Terminal 1C-G Connector is a climate controlled, 70,000 square foot, elevated pedestrian bridge with moving walkways tying together two major concourses. The bridge also provides access to parking, car rental, and transit facilities. Shaw-Lundquist self-performed concrete on this project, putting in place 200,000 square feet of concrete.
Concourse C Expansion
The MSP Concourse C (Phase 2) expansion at Terminal 1 is a 340,000 square foot expansion, including Gates C11 through C27, a new World Club, a children’s play area, and a food and retail court in a new rotunda. The tram runs in parallel to the concourse linking it to the Terminal 1 core, as well as Concourse A, B, and D.
MAC Data Center
Situated close to Terminal 1, the MAC Data Center is a 10,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility designed and constructed to consolidate several smaller data facilities across the airport. It includes offices, a cafeteria, conference spaces, exterior site work and landscaping.
The success of these projects and the positive relationships behind them are so valued. We’re proud of our achievements and delivering exceptional results for our clients.