Hartsfield - Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta Georgia


Department of Aviation, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

Contact Duration



  • Field investigation of electrical equipment
  • Electrical Drawing Development
  • Equipment Naming
  • Conduit labels and Phenolics
  • It was the first time in many years that as-built electrical drawings had been created for the entire CPTC. These as-built drawings are crucial for any new electrical installation and for locating equipment during an emergency outage.
    KEY Engineering Group was tasked with carrying out a study of the existing conditions of the entire 4160V, 480/277V, 208/120V, and 120/240V electrical distribution systems for the Hartsfield Jackson International Airport Atlanta (HJAIA), with a focus on the Domestic Terminal, Concourse T, and Concourse A. This project covers 3 main areas:

    • Survey, Verification, and Documentation of Field Conditions
    • Identification & Naming of All Electrical Equipment Per DOA Standards
    • Development of Engineering Drawings

    KEY personnel partnered with an electrical contractor to gather field data, acquiring vital electrical information on equipment like Georgia Power vaults, DOA-owned unit substations, switchgears, switchboards, panelboards, MCCs, transformers, and feeder sizes.

    KEY Engineering Group (KEY) is an electrical, mechanical, and plumbing engineering firm headquartered in Atlanta.

    Engineering Designs

    KEY offers the in-house ability to cover a wide range of electrical design phase and construction phase services. We have built-relationship with other consultants that complement our services allowing our clients the opportunity for one-stop-shopping for full service Architectural and engineering services. Our electrical engineering expertise included;

    Facilities Engineering

    EY takes ownership of the facilities, interviews facilities operators, familiarizes themselves with all issues at hand in order to provide engineering technical assistance to the end-users regarding the planning, design, construction and construction management of facilities.

    Under the Facilities management program KEY also offers operation and maintenance services as needed.

    Construction Quality Control

    Our services cover transportation facilities, commercial and industrial buildings as well as governmental agencies. KEY offers independent record keeping and preparation of reports for inspection and testing; interpretation of plans and specification; monitoring and/or observance of construction activities to check and confirm adherence to specified progress, quality and safety practices.

    KEY offers these services to support pre-construction, construction and project close-out activities.