Midway Airport Terminal & Concourse

941,000 Square Feet
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Clark transformed Chicago's Midway Airport by constructing a three-story terminal building, two-story concourse, and pedestrian bridge over Cicero Avenue. The 941,000 square-foot project was completed within a fully-operational airport.

The Midway Airport project added new gates and enabled the airport to accommodate aircraft ranging from commuter planes to 757s. The extensive project also included an elevated "fly over" entry roadway, connections to the existing garage and terminal, and an automated baggage handling system. Expanded concessions, food court, and other amenities enhance the travel experience.

Clark was responsible for coordinating power, security, and spatial planning. Working within an active airport the project team also planned for and maintained security measures, as well as noise and interference mitigation.