SFO T2 Boarding Area D

To accommodate growth in passenger traffic and airline demand for gates, SFO embarked on a $383 million project to renovate Terminal 2 into a state-of-the-art domestic terminal in 2008. The proposed project involved renovations to Terminal 2 and Boarding Area D to convert the former ten gate international terminal to a fourteen gate domestic terminal. The project included new passenger loading bridges with aircraft support systems, new inbound and outbound baggage handling systems, structural seismic upgrades to Boarding Area D and Concourse and architectural improvements. The project covered approximately 640,000 SF, including 30,793 SF of retail development.

Categories
Geotechnical, Project Management

Location
San Francisco, CA

Size
640,000 SF

Client
San Francisco International Airport (SFO)