Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport West Parking Deck—Atlanta, GA

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport is the world’s most traveled airport. The airport provides more than 29,000 public parking spaces. The airport’s Master Plan and Capital Improvement Program “ATLNEXT” anticipates that the public parking capacity of the airport must be increased to compensate for the loss of parking due to the future demolition and reconstruction parking garage which are beyond their serviceable life, and the loss of parking due to other projects.

 

This project is the first phase of the overall parking deck replacement program. The 1,923,656-SF, seven-level garage was constructed on a vacant site between the airport’s Rental Car Center and the City of College Park’s Gateway Center. The garage has approximately 5,600 parking spaces and has a parking guidance system with tracks the number of cars entering and exiting, displays available space counts and tracks the number of open spaces on each deck. A pedestrian walkway provides a link the garage to the SkyTrain, the automated people mover linking the garage to the terminal.

Atlanta West Parking
Systems
  • Premise Distribution System (PDS) and connectivity to other airport campus locations

  • Voice and Data Network

  • Access Control System (ACS)

  • Video Surveillance

  • EVIDS and Visual Paging

  • Emergency Phone System

  • Duress Alarms

  • 802.11 Wi-Fi

  • Cellular Distributed Antenna System (DAS)/Public Safety DAS

  • Pathway and Data Connectivity to Support Parking Guidance, Ticket Control and Issuance, and Revenue Control System

Services
 
  • System Design

  • Construction Documents

  • Design Report

  • Construction Phase Services

 

Owner: City of Atlanta,  Department of Aviation

Client: HKS, Inc.

Construction Cost: $182.2 Million

Completion Date: October 2020

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