Morrow Meadows

John Wayne Airport

Project Details

Date: 2016

Location: Santa Ana, CA.

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Size: 350,000 s.f.

Attributes: Design Build, Design Assist, Lighting Control,

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Morrow-Meadows’ in house engineering department was the electrical engineer for the 350,000 square foot John Wayne Airport Terminals A & B including the interface connections to the overall site utility distribution 66kV SCE service. The original project was completed in 1991. The system consists of high voltage substations, central plant, emergency generation, complex indirect lighting systems, (dimmer controlled for daylighting), apron lighting, fire/life safety systems, provision for security, paging, data, aircraft control, baggage handling, communication and flight information display systems. The project consists of power and lighting for all public and controlled spaces as well as for restaurant, concession and county operations tenant improvement areas.  Our team was awarded five lighting design awards and one electrical excellence award for this project.  Currently, Morrow-Meadows is engaged in the conversion of the existing lighting systems to Title 24 compliant LED sources and controls.  Our current scope also includes the conversion of power supplies to electronic controls for HVAC.