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O'Hare International Airport

 

The O’Hare Modernization Program (OMP), reflects the City of Chicago’s vision for the future of O’Hare. The OMP is transforming O’Hare’s intersecting system of runways into a modern, parallel runway layout, thus increasing the airport’s capacity, reducing delays and meeting the anticipated demand well into the future. Estimated at approximately $8 billion dollars, the OMP is the nation’s largest airport construction project. When the OMP is complete, O’Hare will have six east-west parallel runways and two crosswind runways. LiveWire participated in two projects as a part of this massive effort

 

TAXIWAYS K and L

 

As a subcontractor to the prime electrical contractor on this project, LiveWire installed duct banks, manholes, hand holes, taxiway lighting and illuminated taxiway signage for the extension and reconfiguration of Taxiway L at Runway 14R/32L and Taxiway K at the Southeast Cargo Area development.

RTR-U; SPA/HAZMAT

As a subcontractor to the prime electrical contractor on this project, LiveWire installed duct banks, manholes, hand holes, and underground conduits associated with NAVAIDS (Navigational Aid System) and FOTS (Fiber-Optic Transmission System) upgrades associated with the modification and extension of Runway 10R/28L in the South Airfield. In addition, our Concrete Division installed various foundations, retaining walls, paving, curbs and sidewalk in support of this project.

 

ABOUT US

LiveWire Construction

Union Affiliated, Licensed, Bonded & Insured
As a union contractor, we are signatory to IBEW Local Unions 134, 9, 364, 697 and 701 as well as Labrorers, Carpenters and Local 502 Cement Masons. Our union status assures that our tradesmen are the most highly skilled and qualified professionals.

    LIVEWIRE OFFICE

     

    12900 S. Throop Calumet Park, IL 60827

    www.livewire-systems.com

    Tel:  708-535-6001

    Fax: 708-535-6108

    Hours: Mon - Fri 8:00a - 5:00p

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