American Airlines T1/T2 Relocation at SFO

Relocation and Modernization to the American Airlines Terminal in the San Francisco International Airport

KEY STATISTICS

Location:

San Francisco, CA

Client:

American Airlines

Scale:

28,000 square feet

LEED Certification:

Gold

Specialties:

Delivery Model:

Design-Build

Architect:

The American Airlines T1/T2 Relocation at SFO in San Francisco, CA is a Type I project with a construction cost of $30 M.

This design-build project consists of the interior construction of about 28,000 square feet of office and operations spaces, including lobbies, administrative work stations, open office areas, conference rooms, break rooms, storage areas, a ground service equipment maintenance store, IT rooms, locker rooms, restrooms, and an approximately 12,000-SF premium airline lounge.

The lounge features a commercial kitchen, restrooms, showers, quiet zones, a café, full bar, audio-video entertainment, etc. Webcor self-performed drywall, concrete, specialties, and doors, frames and hardware. This project is targeting LEED Gold.

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