Tom Bradley International Terminal Renovation, Apron, & Concourse Demolition
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) recently awarded Clark and its joint venture partner a 256 million contract for the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) Renovation, Apron, and Concourse Demolition at Los Angeles International Airport.
The TBIT Renovation, Apron, and Concourse Demolition project will include four separate components:
- the construction of a temporary security screening check point in the International Terminal;
- the renovation of six levels in the International Terminal, including functional modifications;
- the connection of the TBIT to the Bradley West Core Terminal, which is currently under construction; and
- the demolition of the apron and concourse.
Once the existing international concourse is demolished, the project team will reconfigure the airfield around the Bradley West terminal, installing close to one million square-feet of airfield paving.
Together with partnering architects Fentress Architects and HNTB, the project team will work in close coordination with representatives from LAWA, airline entities, and other contractors working adjacent to the TBIT project site. The TBIT project will be the third contract performed at the Los Angeles International Airport. Clark and its joint venture partner first began construction in 2006 and has performed 1,083,000 square-feet of construction totaling $860 million, not including this new project.
Construction will begin in November 2013 and completion is scheduled for December 2015.