AGS Inc | SFO Terminal 1 – New Boarding Area B
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SFO Terminal 1 – Boarding Area B

Terminal 1 and Boarding Area B were originally constructed in the early 1960’s and renovated in the 1980’s. These facilities are in need of renovation and/or replacement to improve and update the airport infrastructure. The AGS joint venture with PB was selected to provide Project Management Support Services which includes the management, coordination and oversight of the associated Design-Build contract for the New Boarding Area B Reconstruction Project. New Boarding Area B will include passenger circulation space for access to the aircraft gates, twenty-four (24) gates with holding rooms for domestic and potentially some international flights, new passenger loading bridges, a baggage handling system, and concession areas. The project will utilize a Design-Build delivery method, which includes the management, coordination and oversight of the associated Design-Build contract.

The $2.4 billion project includes:

  • A new Boarding Area B (B/A B) with improved passenger circulation and access to its 24 gates, new passenger loading bridges and new concessions
  • A refreshed Boarding Area C
  • A new central area with improved spaces for passenger check-in, a consolidated security checkpoint, a re-composure area, a new common use Baggage Handling System and baggage claims and a new mezzanine with connections to the AirTrain and the Central Parking Garage.
  • A number of interim projects will take place to make room for the new T1 and B/A B including the construction of a temporary B/A B which utilizes a portion of the existing facility. As a result, some airlines, concessions and operational facilities will be relocated.
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Transportation Infrastructure
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PMSS, SFO