The proposed project involved the addition of approximately 40,000 SF to the existing T3 between Boarding Area E and Boarding Area F to provide space for expanded security checkpoints and related structures and associated apron improvements. The project configuration included development of new security checkpoints, ticket counters, concessions, and associated areas.
The addition to the T3 Building generally consists of a post security public circulation, three (3) new holdrooms for gates, related aircraft services, and concession areas. The addition is planned to be constructed on the departures level. The new improvement is planned to be supported on a deep foundation system with below ground pile caps. Geotechnical services included field exploration, laboratory testing, analysis and preparation of geotechnical report.
The proposed building expansion is on the airside of Terminal 3. AGS designed utility relocations for sanitary sewer storm drain and water mains, and coordinating with the MEP consultants and architect regarding proposed locations for electric, communication, gas, and fuel lines, and footings for proposed passenger boarding bridges. Work took place on the airside within the Aircraft Operation Area (AOA)
The proposed paving plan was designed to accommodate airplane movement and parking and baggage handling vehicles. AGS also prepared plans and details for the proposed aircraft pavement marking and striping.
AGS was responsible for utility relocation, paving, grading, and geotechnical engineering for 40,000 square feet of building addition and renovations at San Francisco International Airport to improve customer experience for travelers at Terminal 3.