So much goes into making sure that people and things can get where they need to go at any given time. From roads to bridges to airports to waterways, transportation infrastructure is made up of a series of complex systems that depend on equally complex electrical, communications, automation, and security backbones to function effectively. At Windemuller, we regularly work with clients like airports and government municipalities to help make sure our society’s complex transportation systems can function as they should.
Over the years, we have been a trusted collaborator on a range of transportation-related projects in and around Michigan, impacting travel and transit by road, sea, and air.
For instance, we installed an integral security system on the International Bridge, which connects the twin cities of Sault Ste. Marie in Michigan and Canada. We were hired by the United States Army Corps of Engineers to modernize one of the Soo Locks, replacing outdated manual equipment with sophisticated automation technologies. And we have worked closely with Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids for a variety of renovations, expansions, and improvements—jobs that have touched nearly every facet of the airport, including but not limited to electrical service distribution, lighting, HVAC, security, baggage handling, telephone, paging systems, data systems, video surveillance, flight monitoring, video displays, fiber optics, and wireless internet service.
Our variety of experience in the transportation space—and the size of the clients we have served in this niche—speaks to Windemuller’s versatility, adaptability, and ability to work under the strictest deadlines and security standards. Find out how we can be an asset for your next transportation-related project by contacting us today.