Location: Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport
The new, $400 million terminal will replace the existing Terminal D along with the existing Terminal C North Pier. The facility will be a completely new building using the latest in aviation design principles accommodating modern queue depths, drive lanes, world-class concessions and enhanced flexibility in accommodating a diverse fleet mix of aircraft. We are responsible the traffic model simulations, conditions assessment of site utilities and pavement, concept design of the landside roadways and the full design of all airfield paving, civil utility systems, grading, drainage and aircraft fueling systems as a subconsultant.
At completion, the new facility will have an all-new terminal processor and between 15 and 21 contact aircraft parking gates, depending on the fleet mix operating at any given time. The gates will be accommodated on two new pier concourses as well as additional frontal gates.
Airfield grading and drainage
Site utilities (water, storm, sanitary)
Aircraft fueling system
$400 million facility
Apron fueling system for 16 new gates
Approximately 3,500 feet of sanitary sewer systems with lift stations
Approximately 1,500 feet of domestic and fire suppression water systems
Approximately 500 feet of natural gas systems
Approximately 40,000 square yards of apron paving
Traffic simulation model for Terminal D, E, F roadway ramps and passenger drop-off lanes