TLC Engineering for Architecture announced that its Tampa office is working on multiple engineering projects that are part of a major expansion underway at Tampa International Airport.
In a statement, TLC said that it is providing mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering, along with security, voice-data and audio-visual designs for a new consolidated car rental facility and automated people mover, which will take travelers from the rental car facility to the main terminal.
Additionally, TLC is working on the redevelopment of the main terminal and concessions areas.
For both projects, TLC will be responsible for enhancing the indoor environment of the airport, providing passengers with comfortable and safe travel experiences, along with seamless movement through secured areas, and complying with Customs and Border Patrol, Transportation Security Administration and other strict requirements.
The company supports Skanska and HOK on the terminal renovation, and Austin Commercial and Gresham, Smith and Partners on the rental car facility and people mover.
In addition, TLC said that it is also engineering projects at Orlando International Airport, Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, along with numerous smaller airports.