Memphis International Airport
The Memphis International Airport is preparing for its Concourse Modernization project by upgrading its existing power distribution equipment.
When Memphis was a Northwest Hub, the airline had a central power system that essentially powered the B Concourse, said Scott Brockman, Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority president and CEO.
With the airline no longer serving the airport, the MSCAA either has to upkeep that system or upgrade to a new system, he said.
Thursday, the MSCAA Board of Commissioners approved a contract to replace the current substation with new equipment that can handle increased electrical capacity to prepare for Concourse Modernization.
Airfield Etc. Inc., a local woman-owned company, provided the lowest construction services bid of $738,659.
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