SFO TERMINAL 2 BOARDING AREA D

 

Location
San Francisco, California
 
Client
San Francisco International Airport 
 
Project Dates
2008
 
Project Cost
$383 Million
 
Services Provided
Cost Estimating
Scheduling

Project Description

Dabri, Inc. provided scheduling and cost estimating services during the preliminary design phase. Terminal 2 Boarding Area D renovation and expansion project  included  about 500,000 square foot conversion of the international terminal into a 640,000 square foot 14-gate domestic terminal. This also included taxiway, concrete apron, relocation and installation of utilities, new passenger loading bridges with aircraft support systems, baggage handling systems with EDS, mezzanine level access to the APM system and mechanical and electrical upgrades. Critical to the construction was maintaining the airport’s emergency

Terminal 2 was designed and registered for LEED-certified Silver rating. This terminal building has 14 new aircraft gates, about 587,000 square feet upon completion, allowed about 32,000 square feet for food and beverage, and 13,000 square feet for retail facilities  and two areas about 500 square feet for children’s’ play rooms. The telecommunication infrastructure developed in coordination with all stakeholders of each Special System, including SFO AVSEC, SFO ITT, SFO FOM, SFO Communications Center, TSA, SFPD, Air Carriers and tenants.