Transportation / Infrastructure

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Landslide Access Modernization Program (LAMP)

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Landslide Access Modernization Program (LAMP)

Los Angeles, CA

LAX has begun the design process for the Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) which involves an automated people mover or an automated train which will transport passengers around the airport, connecting the airline terminals with the consolidated rental car center, various pick-up and drop-off locations throughout the airport and Metro’s planned Crenshaw Line station located at 96th Street/Aviation Boulevard, providing a complete rail-to-airport connection for the Los Angeles area.

LAWA - LAX New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT)

LAWA - LAX New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT)

Los Angeles, CA

The New Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) Project is considered to be the biggest public works project in the history of the City of Los Angeles and is LAX's first LEED project involving the modernization of the one million-square-foot main terminal. The project was broken down into phases to maintain uninterrupted air service which were targeted to be completed by 2015.

Los Angeles International Airport - Taxilane

Los Angeles International Airport - Taxilane "T" (M306A)

Los Angeles, CA

The project consists of the construction of a 3,166-foot long Taxilane to connect Taxiway 'C' on the south and Taxiway 'D' on the north. Taxilane 'T' will be constructed as part of a 300 ft. wide, concrete paved strip which will be the second part of the future Dual Taxilane/ Taxiway System replacing existing Taxiways 'Q' and 'S', west of reconfigured Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT).

LAX Bradley West Aprons

LAX Bradley West Aprons

Los Angeles, CA

The Bradley West Apron project originally contained an East-Apron and West-Apron component, but was later split into two parts: 1. approximately 34,100 square yards of work on the West Apron; and 2. approximately 60,000 square yards which were added as an addendum into the Taxiway S project, part of the airport's Airside Element Project. Taxilane S will be one portion of a 400 foot wide Portland Cement Concrete paved strip.

LAX - Central Utility Plant & Utilities Element

LAX - Central Utility Plant & Utilities Element

Los Angeles, CA

This project encompasses replacement of the existing Central Utility Plant (CUP) at LAX, which provides heating and cooling to the Central Terminal Area (CTA). It includes demolition of the existing building, construction of a new CUP, temporary power systems and infrastructure upgrades.

LAX - Taxilane

LAX - Taxilane "S" Project - Temporary Power and Associated Utility Relocations

Los Angeles, CA

The project consists of the construction of a 3,785-foot long Taxilane to connect Taxiway 'B' on the south and Taxiway 'E' on the north. Taxilane 'S' will be constructed as part of a 400 foot wide Portland Cement Concrete (PCC) paved strip which will be the first part of the future Dual Taxilane / Taxiway System between the proposed Midfield Satellite Concourse and the Tom Bradley International Terminal.

Ontario International Airport and Landside Improvements

Ontario International Airport and Landside Improvements

Ontario, CA

Ontario International Airport Terminal Expansion and Airside & Landside Improvements.

LAWA - LAX Airside Element

LAWA - LAX Airside Element

Los Angeles, CA

The Airside Element is composed of multiple projects necessary to support large aircraft traffic between the North and South Airfields.