Miami International Airport, Concourse B-C Apron Aircraft Fueling
OWNER: Miami Dade Aviation Department
- Fuel Hydrant System Modifications
- Remediation of Contaminated Soil
- Testing, Flushing and Commissioning
CEI installed new double-walled jet fuel lines and associated hydrant pits and valves at the Miami International Airport (MIA) Passenger Terminal Concourse B/C. The installation work was part of the MIA fuel hydrant system modification and upgrade. The newly installed components include new piping, Double Block and Bleed (DBB) valves, underground and aboveground fuel lines, and hydrant pits. The work that was performed is similar to the scope of work indicated in the Request for Proposal (RFP) as it involves abandonment and/or removal of underground fuel lines, installation of new fuel lines, installation of new valves, modification of piping system, and remediation of contaminated soils/groundwater associated with the former fuel lines.
CEI worked on the addition of these lines without interrupting any aircraft operations around the designate gates. Most of the critical tie-ins, testing, flushing and commissioning were conducted at night time to minimize interruption to airport operation.