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Dallas Love Field Airport Administration Building—Dallas, TX

As part of the Love Field Modernization Program (LFMP), this building on Lemmon Avenue was renovated for the Department of Aviation (DOA) Administration Building. The two-story building is 27,000 SF. The Airport Administrative Staff, Airport Communications Center, Airport Badging Office, Airport Security Department, and Environmental Affairs were consolidated into this building. The Administration Building also contains a 1,000-SF computer room.

The building was originally constructed in 1968 by Southwest Airmotive, as part of a larger campus, on the east side of the airport, that stretched from Mockingbird Lane to the old Braniff Hangar.

Prior to the move to Lemmon Avenue, the DOA Administration department was on the 3rd and 4th floors of the office tower in the terminal building. The DOA oversees operations at Dallas Love Field, Dallas Executive, and the Downtown Heliport. Staff coordinating day-to-day operations of the airport (e.g. Maintenance, IT, and airport operations) are still located at the terminal complex.

Moye Consulting was retained to design premise distribution, network infrastructure and equipment, audio/visual, video surveillance, access control, and fire protection systems.


  • Premise Distribution System (PDS)

  • Network Infrastructure & Equipment

  • Audio/Visual

  • Video Surveillance

  • Access Control System (ACS)

  • Fire Alarm and Suppression

  • Survey and Documentation
  • Stakeholder Coordination
  • Bid Phase Services
  • Construction Phase Services

Owner: City of Dallas - Department of Aviation

Client: Corgan Associates, Inc.

Construction Cost: $5.5 million

Completion Date: March 2017

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