Hernandez Consulting & Construction built the Central Utility Plant A and Central Utility Plant B buildings for the new Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. The buildings are structural steel with metal wall panels, built on a slab. All architectural and structural work was completed by Hernandez. Hernandez self-performed all metal stud and wall panel installation. This building paper part of the New Airport was the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing brains behind the airport, supplying all chilled and tempered hot water to the airport structures. It also housed the electrical power plant comprised of transformers, significant switchgear components, main distribution panels, and all security and networking low voltage systems.