San Jose International Airport | Terminal Area Improvement Program

About the Project

Dubbed the “Terminal Area Improvement Program” the design-build project included the complete transformation of Mineta San Jose International Airport including new and renovated terminal buildings, a convenient one-of-a-kind consolidated rental car facility, a simplified roadway system with convenient bypasses to alleviate congestion, state-of-the-art security checkpoints and baggage systems, and sustainable features including a 3.3-acre, 1-megawatt solar farm. With the concurrent management of multiple project elements valued between $20 million and $231 million, management excellence was evident throughout the four year duration of design and construction. Major program elements included:


• $97 million Modifications to existing Terminal A
• $105 million New Terminal B
• $42 million Baggage Systems in Terminals A and B
• $22 million Modifications and Demolition of Terminal C
• $230 million Consolidated Rental Car Facility
• $125 million Roadway Improvements
• $19 million completion of the North Concourse

Quick Facts

  • Location San Jose, CA
  • Client San Jose International Airport
  • Industry Aviation
  • Line of Business Construction
  • Completion Date June 2010
  • Duration 36 Months
  • Contract Value $ 667,202,000
  • Sustainability Silver
  • Square Footage 2,656,300 SF

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