Be Part of the Transformation of PIT

Explore opportunities to support the Terminal Modernization Program at Pittsburgh International Airport.

Materials Testing

There are a number of opportunities for local and regional vendors, product manufacturers and service providers to help support the Terminal Modernization Program (TMP) at Pittsburgh International Airport.

 

Material and Product Donations for Testing

The Terminal Modernization Program team is seeking materials and products to be tested for use in the new terminal and multi-modal complex. Local and regional vendors, product manufacturers and service providers may donate materials for evaluation and consideration.

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The materials will be evaluated for consideration in the final design of the Terminal Modernization Program (TMP) at PIT, a new terminal and multi-modal transportation complex that will be constructed adjacent to the existing Airside Terminal.

The products solicited under this request include:

Type of Material*

Pre-Final Design Specification**

Donation Quantity

Donations Accepted Until

Tile Carpeting

09 68 13

1000 sf

6/15/2021

Resilient Sheet Flooring

09 65 20

1000 sf

6/15/2021

High Performance Coatings, related to Architecturally Exposed Structural Steel

05 12 13

500 sf of coverage

6/15/2021

Resinous Flooring

09 26 23

1000 sf

6/15/2021

Resinous Matrix Terrazzo Flooring

09 66 23

1000 sf

6/15/2021

*Include accessory materials as required by the system manufacturer for successful finished installation.
**Pre-Final design specifications may indicate basis of design manufacturers, intended to establish minimum performance criteria. Specification Code is a link to Download Pre-Final Design Product Specifications PDF.

 

For questions, please contact: Erik Harless at (412) 472-4819 or eharless@flypittsburgh.com.

Participation in this qualifications-based material evaluation is voluntary. All materials provided will be considered a donation and will become property of the Allegheny County Airport Authority (ACAA). No agreement between the ACAA and the participating suppliers will be made, and no costs will be paid or reimbursed. ACAA reserves the right to reject or to install any, all, or none of the material samples provided.
The ACAA encourages responses from small firms, minority and women’s business firms, and firms that have not previously worked for the ACAA.

The ACAA also encourages submission of materials that align with the Terminal Modernization Program’s commitment to sustainable construction and operation:
• LEED Environmental Product Declaration Credit
• Third-Party Verified Sustainability Criteria/Reporting Standards
• Locally or Regionally Sourced Materials
• Materials that reduce energy, emissions, water, waste

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