Rosendin Completes Work on SFO's New Harvey Milk Terminal
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Largest Employee ~ San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has recently completed a major renovation project on its Harvey Milk Terminal 1 Center, with the help of San Jose-based contractor Rosendin. As the nation's largest employee-owned electrical contractor, Rosendin played a crucial role in modernizing the terminal and bringing it up to industry standards.

Rosendin's involvement in the project dates back to 2016 when they were selected as the Technology Systems Design-Builder and Systems Integrator for the $2.4 billion renovation. Over the course of several years, Rosendin's teams worked tirelessly to design and install three dozen technology systems for both passenger use and operational purposes.

Among these systems are high-speed Wi-Fi access throughout the terminal, a Neutral Host Distributed Antenna System that extends cellular services, and dynamic wayfinding systems with large video walls. On the operational side, Rosendin also helped expand SFO's LAN/WAN network using advanced fiber optic and structured cable infrastructure, as well as implementing passenger processing systems and a robust access control system with Biometrics and Emergency Responder Radio Communications.

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"We are immensely proud of our team members who have contributed to modernizing the aviation industry through their work on this project," said Paul Au, Rosendin's Aviation Division Manager. "Our skilled engineers, BIM modelers, electrical workers, and support teams have all played a crucial role in designing and installing these cutting-edge technology systems."

To celebrate the completion of this monumental project, Rosendin executives joined city dignitaries and airport officials for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on June 17th. The event also included a private celebration on June 1st to thank all workers involved in the renovation. As part of this celebration, Rosendin showcased their restored 1919 Ford Model T work truck at a classic car show outside the terminal. This vintage vehicle pays homage to Moses Rosendin who founded his electrical business in San Jose in the same year.

The Harvey Milk Terminal has already received recognition for its excellence, earning the Engineering News Record's Best Project award for airports in 2022. It is also the first airport to achieve Platinum LEED Certification, showcasing its commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility.

With the completion of this project, SFO's Harvey Milk Terminal 1 Center is now equipped with state-of-the-art technology systems that will enhance the overall travel experience for passengers and improve operational efficiency. Rosendin's contributions have truly helped transform this terminal into a modern and sustainable hub for air travel.
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