Integrated Operations Center, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

The Integrated Operations Center (IOC) is a 40,000-SF Mission critical facility.Located in the Southgate Plaza area of the airport, the project will enhance the Airport’s operational readiness in responding to airport performance and emergency issues in an efficient, effective and timely manner. The facility will house personnell from over 23 agencies and departments including the FAA, TSA, CBP, NOAA, TxDOT, Airport Operations, Emergency Operations, Department of Public Safety/911, Facilities Maintenance, Energy Transportation and Asset Management (ETAM) and American Airlines. The facility will consist of an open office environment containing workstations on a raised access floor providing oversight viewing of surrounding work areas. A dual feed power and communication network including uninterruptable power systems with generator backup will be provided to ensure reliability and redundancy to maintain full facility functionality during power outage.


The facility was designed to comply with DFW Urban Design Guidelines and the DFW Southgate Plaza Development Guidelines and Criteria s as applicable to landscaping, exterior building shell design, material, and appearance and exterior signage. The facility is intended to pursue and achieve a minimum of Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification.

Owner: DFW International Airport

Client: EXP Services, Inc.

Estimated Construction Cost: $27.6 Million

Estimated Completion Date: Q2 2021


  • Premise Distribution System (PDS)

  • Voice and Data Network

  • Wi-Fi

  • Electronic Visual Information Display Systems (EVIDS)

  • Audio/Visual (A/V)

  • Outside Plant System (OSP)

  • Access Control System (ACS)

  • Video Surveillance

  • Public Address/Voice Evacuation System (PA/VE)

  • Fire Protection

​• Design Narrative
• System Design
• Construction Documents
• Construction Phase Services



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