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Los Angeles International Airport T4 Connector—Los Angeles, CA

This design-build project consists of a 50,000-SF facility that connects the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) and Terminal 4 (T4). This project greatly enhances security and convenience and makes connections between domestic and international flights easier for passengers.

Key components of the project included a new, in-line checked-baggage-inspection system facility, additional security screening checkpoints for connecting international travelers, and a new passenger bus port for travel between TBIT and other terminals. A temporary south interline baggage transfer facility was required to transport checked bags between terminals during construction. The firm provided planning and estimating, risk mitigation and phasing analysis, survey and documentation, and BIM design and coordination. Services included design and construction support services efforts for this design-build project. Phasing and construction logistics are essential considerations in the design and implementation of this project.

  • Network infrastructure

  • Voice and data network infrastructure

  • MuFIDS

  • Visual paging

  • Planning and Estimating 

  • Stakeholder Interviews 

  • System Design

  • Construction Documents

  • Bid Support

  • Construction Phase Services

  • BIM Design and Coordination (for PDS)

  • Risk Mitigation and Phasing Analysis 

Owner: Los Angeles International Airport 
Client: Ross & Baruzzini, Inc. 
Construction Cost: $148.5 million
Completion Date: September 2015
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