From the Client

“Thank you for a job well done here at the Airport. Your team ought to be very proud of the difference they have made for our community. Thank you.” – Iftikhar Ahmad, Director of Aviation, New Orleans Aviation Board

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Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport Phase IV & IV A Modernizations and Southwest Airlines Gates Renovations

As part of the airport’s nearly $357+ million Capital Improvement Program, McDonnel provided construction services on several critical projects including the Phase IV and IV A Modernizations.

The project scope included:

  • Expansion of the TSA checkpoints, ticketing, and baggage claim areas in Concourse B
  • All new architectural finishes, flooring, enhancements, and renovations of Concourse B
  • New carpeting throughout Concourse C
    Expansion of TSA checkpoint in Concourse D
  • Renovation and addition of architectural finishes and terminal signage in Concourse D up to the Concourse D Expansion
  • New escalators
  • Bank & post office renovations

The Southwest Airlines Gates work included the renovation and update of waiting/holding areas and ticket counters for 6 gates on Concourse B as well as administrative and operations offices on the apron level below. The scope included all new architectural finishes, ceiling, flooring, window tinting, light fixtures, paint, carpet, and tile.

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Client:

Aviation Resources Team (ART)

Location:

New Orleans, LA

Completion Date:

January 2013

Categories:

Public

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