b'TERMINALSDEN 17PHOTO: MICHAEL ROBINSON COURTESY OF HNTBFACTS&FIGURES Project: Terminal ExpansionLocation: Denver Intl AirportSpace Added: 1.3 million sq. ft. among 3 concoursesKey Components: 39 new gates; 54 new holdrooms; 3 outdoor decks; 2 deicing storage facilities; new commuter facilityEst. Cost: $2.3 billion Funding: General enterprise funds (financed by bonds)Construction Schedule: May 2018Fall 2022 of various airlines to other gates. ThisJacobs Engineering Group and the West toProgram Management: WSP work included the buildout of a newHNTB Corporation. Gallun Snow workedDesign Lead, B & C East Concourses: Jacobs commuter facility, new airline supportwith the HNTB and Jacobs design teamsEngineering Groupspaces, a new club for American onto assist with interior design. ConstructionDesign Lead, A & B West Concourses: HNTB Corp. Concourse C and gate modificationsof the East concourses is being completedInterior Design: Gallun Snowand technology upgrades. The additionalby a joint venture of Holder ConstructionGeneral Contractors, B & C East Concourses: Holder budget also allows for the constructionand FCI Constructors Inc. West concourseConstruction; FCI Constructors Inc. of the ground-load facility with five newconstruction is being completed by a joint gates for Frontier Airlines. DEN is anventure of Turner Construction and FlatironGeneral Contractors, A & B West Concourses: Turner Construction; Flatiron Constructionenterprise of the city and county of DenverConstruction. and does not operate using General FundFurniture: Zoeftig tandem seating; Teknion lounge chairs; Naturally, havingStudioTK custom high-top tables; Ideon Pasea lounge seating; tax dollars. two design teams onNaughtOne lounge seating; Steelcase Bivi seats; ERG stoolsthe massive projectDeck Furnishings: Homecrest custom firepits; Sandler Project Partners required significantoutdoor seating; glass perimeterTo provide cohesion throughout theteamwork. ThereInterior Finishes: Mohawk commercial carpet; Terroxy epoxy entire gate expansion initiative, the airportwas some of theterrazzo; Porcelanosa, Krion panels; Stonepeak porcelain panels; hired WSP for program management.most impressiveCorian solid surface & Corian quartz; Skyline custom graphic The overall scope and complexity of thecollaborationsglass; Armstrong ceilings; Scuffmaster paintprogram prompted it to subdivide designBILL VANHERCKE Boarding Bridges: JBT AeroTechbetween firms on and construction responsibilities for thegetting it right for the client, reportsKey Benefits: Increasing capacity; improving passenger four concourse structures. Design servicesBill VanHercke, senior project managerexperiencefor the East concourses were awarded toat Jacobs. If youre an architecturalComponent of: Plan to serve 100 million annual passengers within next 10 yearsAirportImprovement.comSeptember 2022'