Client: Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
Size: 2M sq. ft. +
Project value: $850M
Completion date: Current
Awards: 2015 Engineering News-Record (ENR) National Best of the Best Project, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Terminal A Phase II CMAA National Project Achievement AGC National Alliant Build America TEXO Regional Distinguished Building ENR Regional Best Award (TX/LA)
As partner of the joint venture, Balfour Beatty, Azteca, Russell and CARCON (BARC), Russell is leading services provided to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) for the Terminal Renovation and Improvement Program (TRIP). The project is a complete renovation of over 2,000,000 square feet in Terminals A and C, construction of the New Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) and Fort Worth T train stations, and a new 7,800-car parking structure with smart park technology.
The team is completely disassembed the terminals and replaced the interior mechanical, electrical, plumbing, baggage handling, security, IT and fire protection systems. The exterior glazing was replaced with energy efficient window walls and the interior finishes include terrazzo floors, glass security walls and redesigned passenger security check points. New concessionaires fill the newly designed spaces to provide a variety of food, shopping and publication choices.
The construction is phased to enable the full operation of DFW and its airlines. A base services contract was executed in early 2010, with supplemental agreements (SAs) issued for specific scopes of work.
SAs completed to date include: