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 Los Angeles International Airport  Delta Air Lines Terminal Relocation—Los Angeles, CA

Moye Consulting led and provided the technology and security design services to facilitate Delta Air Lines terminal relocations at LAX terminals 2, 3, 5, and 6. The effort included public and back-of-house improvements to accommodate the operational needs of Delta and more than 30 other stakeholders. Extensive phasing considerations have been incorporated to preserve on-going operations and minimize negative impacts to the traveling public during construction while maintaining an aggressive schedule. This project designs alterations and renovations to allow Delta to operate temporarily from Terminals 2 and 3 on an interim basis. Delta, under an agreement with Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), is relocating their domestic and international operations to bring Delta closer to some of their airline partners. This will allow the construction of a passageway to the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) enhancing passenger transfers to and from international flights. Improvements to approximately 285,000-SF of terminal on four levels include new passenger boarding bridges with associated aircraft docking guidance equipment, remodeled ticketing facilities and support offices, modified TSA inspections areas, new baggage handling systems with RFID technology, new premium lounges, remodeled gate holdroom facilities, and new bus gates for inter-terminal connectivity and associated passenger support areas. Moye Consulting provided services which include the design of new fiber backbone to support multiple airline operation platforms. Included are two primary, and ten secondary communications rooms for network redundancy. Security design services include additional security portals to allow sterile area access for Delta employees and in-flight personnel. Detailed coordination with Delta Air Lines and other airlines was required to facilitate a week-long relocation of Delta facilities in May 2017.

  • Premise Distribution System (PDS)

  • Voice and Data Network

  • Electronic Visual Information Display Systems (EVIDS)

  • Automatic Visual Docking Guidance System (A-VDGS)

  • Public Address

  • Access Control System (ACS)

  • Master Antenna Television (MATV)

  • Video Surveillance

  • UHF/VHF Radio

  • RFID

  • Wi-Fi

  • Inbound and Outbound Baggage Handling Systems Interface

  • Survey and Documentation

  • Stakeholder Interviews

  • Demolition Documents

  • System Design

  • Construction Documents

  • Construction Phase Services

Owner: Delta Air Lines

Client: Corgan Associates, Inc.

Construction Cost: $250 million

Completion Date: October 2017

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