Midfield Terminal at Indianapolis International Airport

Date: April 5, 2012

Cripe was responsible for the preliminary master grading design and landslide drainage planning for the 800-acre site, as well as as-built surveys, and coordination among some of the construction managers and designers. Cripe provided initial OTR services which supported the Owner in finalizing
schedules for construction managers and other consultant
contracts and staffing plans. Design work included design of the Central Collector (the major conveyor of storm water away from the new Midfield site to the East Fork of White Lick Creek).  The design also included the
secondary trunk lines for the storm drainage work on the landslide of the terminal, the initial topographic survey work, and as-built and quality assurance survey work.

Client: Indianapolis Airport Authority
Completion Date: 2008
Construction Cost: $1 billion