San Diego International Airport Rental Car Center

Western Concrete Pumping has served the Southwestern states since 1986, now with over 125 concrete pumps. Western specializes in deck pours, intricate 1,000 ft-plus system pours, placing booms for high-rises, and multi-pump 14,000 yard pours.

Sundt’s joint venture with Austin Commercial placed 97,500 cubic yards of concrete on the 24-acre site. Amazingly, that’s enough to build a 362-mile sidewalk from San Diego International Airport to Sky Harbor Aiport in Phoenix.

On average, the team was placing 3,000 cubic yards of concrete, 140 tons of rebar and post tensioned cables, 40 columns and 45,000 to 55,000 square feet of elevated deck in one week.

Sundt Construction Inc. is one of the country’s largest and most respected general contractors. Celebrating its 125th anniversary this year, the firm is known nationally for its innovative approach to construction services.

Consolidated Rental Car Facilities, or CONRACs, cluster rental car services together which cuts down on traffic and pollution because it eliminates the need for individual rental agency shuttles.

The rental process will be simplified with a single, centralized rental car lot for passengers, and the new facility will also help improve congestion and air quality by removing multiple shuttle vans from the streets.

The San Diego International Airport Rental Car Center is the first major part of the airport's long-term plan to reduce airport traffic congestion and bring passengers closer to Interstate 5 and commuter rail lines.

The center is the largest concrete building in San Diego. Constructing it has required 3,000 craft employees, 169 trade partners and almost 1.2 million work hours to date.

There will be 12 rental car companies, a customer service building, a quick-turn-around car prep facility and a 5,000-car ready/return area at the facility, which celebrated its topping-out in October.

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