Boundary Security Infrastructure (Contract L746-C1)
Location: Boston, Massachusetts
Contract Value: $10,600,000
Project Dates: September 2005 – July 2007
The Massachusetts Port Authority undertook an upgrade and expansion of its perimeter security systems. These projects were subject to the SSI (Sensitive Security Information) restrictions under the Code of Federal Regulations and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Work was performed on both the landside and Air Operations Area of the airport in compliance with the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Airport Security Program, including background checks for security clearances required for access.
The scope of work for the Boundary Security infrastructure project included installation of new precast concrete walls and structural bollards, including associated foundations, structural modifications, utility and electrical relocations, sidewalk replacements, and the installation of new lighting along the concrete walls. Work was performed in numerous locations along the existing Air Operations Area (AOA) boundary.