Stay current on how construction activities will affect your travels
Construction on the second phase of the Gateway Transformation Project has begun and will continue through Spring 2020. These improvements are focused on the airline ticket counters and baggage service offices, baggage claim, curbside, and ‘front of house’ areas. The main features will include relocating TSA screening equipment from the airline queuing areas, upgrading and updating the spacing of the baggage claim carousels, and adding food and beverage, and restrooms to the space near baggage claim. The project will also include new terrazzo flooring, new LED lighting fixtures, upgraded signage, and more.
This $30.2 million construction project will be completed in seven (7) phases over the course of two construction seasons (2018 & 2019). Major features will include: removal of the existing failing concrete pavement and replacement with 153,000 square yards of new concrete for future airport development and aircraft loadings; upgrades to the airports deicing material recovery system; upgraded stormwater drainage system and underground utilities to accommodate for future airport development; and reducing energy usage by installation of all new LED apron lighting.
The area outlined in red below shows the areas that will be a part of this project.
Phase 1 of our Gateway Transformation project is complete. This new redesign includes a consolidated passenger security checkpoint, new post-security marketplace, pre- and post-security nursing rooms, a refreshed pre-security business center and new post-security business center, new lounge areas on both concourses, and the new Prospect Hill restaurant and Starbucks located in the post-security marketplace. Located in the Grand Hall is the new President Gerald R. Ford Tribute Room. The exhibit space includes photos, an aircraft carrier model, displays, and rotating historical pieces.
Click here to see more photos of the new spaces and amenities, and also to enjoy some photos from our ribbon cutting celebration on 9/27/17.
There are no roadway constructions projects that we are currently aware of impacting travels to the airport.
The Airport Viewing Area project is now complete and the entire area is open! We encourage any of our visitors and neighbors to stop by and check out the new amenities that are now available. While you are there, check in on our Viewing Area Facebook Page and feel free to leave us your comments!