Terminal One, San Diego International Airport

San Diego, California


Terminal One, San Diego International Airport

Project Value: $3B
Market: Municipal

The multi-phase project encompasses a number of elements, starting with major modifications to Terminal One, which accounts for more than half of the total project cost. In addition to more gates, there will be a 7,500-space parking structure, a dual-level roadway in front of the terminal, and a new airport entry road near the intersection of Laurel Street and North Harbor Drive, which is aimed at relieving congestion for those heading westbound to the airport. In a later phase, which is estimated for completion in 2035, Terminal Two will undergo several alterations, including modernization of the older, eastern portion of the terminal. The net effect of the planned modifications would be to expand Lindbergh Field’s current 51 gates to 61.

Gafcon, Inc. is currently providing services for San Diego County Regional Airport Authority/San Diego International Airport (SAN), by streamlining existing program management and controls processes and procedures for existing and future programs at SAN. In 2018, SAN combined their Capital Improvement Program and Airport Design and Construction (ADC) departments as one department under ADC. SAN desires to streamline and optimize a common set of program management and controls processes and procedures in preparation for the $3B Airport Development Plan.

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