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Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Terminal E Enhanced Parking Structure—DFW Airport, TX

This project provides parking for 4,000 cars on five levels. The 1,597,628-SF concrete structure and associated new roadways are located adjacent to the existing Passenger Terminal E. The project included phased demolition of existing roadways and parking areas, and new construction of utilities, roadways, bridges and parking decks. The garage features a parking guidance system (PGS) consisting of red lights over occupied spaces, green lights above vacant ones and a free space count on each floor by each space type. The project was completed in phases and supports the airport’s desire to deliver superior passenger and visitor experience by providing an easy way to locate an appropriate parking space.


Moye Consulting provided the technology and security system design.  System design included implementation of 14 new communications rooms, providing Ethernet coverage to all areas of the garage footprint. Voice and data network infrastructure, emergency call telephone system, and access control and video surveillance systems throughout the site. 

A key design and construction feature is the concealment of all system conduits within the concrete slab, accommodating the owner's vision for a clean “clutter-free” visual environment. Moye Consulting worked closely with the architect and structural engineer to implement this aesthetic.

  • Premise Distribution System (PDS)

  • Voice and Data Network

  • Emergency Telephone System

  • Access Control System (ACS)

  • Video Surveillance

  • Survey and Documentation

  • Stakeholder Interviews

  • Demolition Documents

  • System Design

  • Construction Documents

  • Cost Estimate Review

  • Construction Phase Services

Owner: Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Client: Jacobs Engineering Group
Construction Cost: $133 million
Completion Date: May 2017
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