Aviation Mechanical Construction

Meccon is an industrial construction company specializing in the installation of Airport Bulk Fuel, Fuel Transmissions Mains and Aircraft Hydrant Fuel Systems. We have extensive experience in the installation and modifications of new and existing systems for American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue Airways, United Airlines, and Southwest Airlines. Airports where we have successfully completed projects include:

  • Boston Logan International Airport
  • Chicago O'Hare International Airport
  • Chicago Midway Airport
  • Charleston International Airport
  • Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
  • Los Angeles International Airport
  • Nashville International Airport
  • New York John F. Kennedy International Airport
  • New York Islip Airport
  • Philadelphia International Airport
  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
  • Reno-Tahoe International Airport
  • Salt Lake City International Airport
  • San Francisco International Airport
  • San Juan International Airport
  • San Bernardino International Airport
  • Southern California Logistics Airport

Due to our diverse experience, we are able to offer a creative approach to the construction management of our contracts resulting in providing our clients with the most safe and cost effective project within the schedule required to meet their needs. Meccon's advanced project management techniques include the use of "time-scaled network diagram" construction schedules.

Our project management team provides advanced planning of each phase of work and outlines in detail the actual items of work that our field forces are required to perform. This commitment to scheduling is important to the actual implementation of the work and is especially critical when performing work to minimize the impact on current operations.

Construction services we offer for new installations and the modifications to existing systems include:

  1. Coordination and planning of new installations.
  2. Develop project budgets, GMP and Lump Sum Pricing for various phases of work.
  3. Perform complete system installations, commissioning and startup.
  4. Providing quality control on new installations.
  5. Coordination and planning of new tie-ins to existing systems.
  6. Develop and perform system testing and flushing procedures.
  7. Provide continuous value engineering alternatives throughout the project.

SOQ Experience

Meccon's experience constructing airport facilities is extensive with the projects performed at major airports since 1982 exceeding a value of Four Hundred Million Dollars ($400,000,000.00).

Fuel Farm Projects

constructed by Meccon include active fuel storage at Chicago's O'Hare International and Midway Airports, Reno-Tahoe International Airport, New York John F. Kennedy International Airport, Nashville International Airport, and San Bernardino International Airport. Total fuel capacity build exceeds 600,000 barrel storage (total capacity 25,000,000 gallons)

Fuel Transmission Lines

constructed by Meccon on operating airports facilities exceeds fifty-six (56) miles (300,000 lineal feet). Associated system elements include concrete isolation valve vaults, taxiway crossings, tunnel & culvert crossings, boring and jacking operations, horizontal directional drilling (HDD), fuel system flushing and line tie-ins to existing systems.

Aircraft Hydrant Fuel Systems

constructed by Meccon for new and existing airport concourse and terminal facilities for all major airlines. Project scope of work includes the installation of isolation valve vaults, hydrant fueling pits, emergency fuel shutoff systems (EFSO), hydrant system flushing and commissioning. Hydrant fuel systems constructed from 1982 – 2021 include the following facilities:

Chicago O'Hare International Airport
  • American Airlines, Concourse "H" & "K" - 45 gates
  • American Airlines, Concourse "G" - 16 gates
  • United Airlines, Concourse "B" & "C" - 55 gates
  • Delta Air Lines - Concourse "L" - 11 gates
  • International Terminal No. 5 - 23 gates
Chicago Midway Airport
  • ATA, Southwest Airlines & Multi-use Gates – 41 Gates
Dallas/Fort Worth Airport
  • American Airlines, Terminal "B" - New Connector Gates
Dallas Love Field
  • Southwest Airlines - 20 New Gates
Los Angeles International Airport
  • American Airlines, Terminal 4 south gates fuel pits relocation
New York John F. Kennedy International Airport
  • American Airlines, Terminal 8 – 50 gates
  • Delta Airlines, Terminal 4 Expansion – 22 Gates
  • Delta Airlines, Terminal 3 Hard Stand - 4 Gates
  • JetBlue, Terminal 5i - 5 New Gates
  • Terminal One – A380 Hydrant Fuel System Modifications
New York LaGuardia
  • CTB - 38 New Gates
  • Delta Terminal C - 38 New Gates