San Francisco International Airport T2 Air Traffic Control Tower

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Turner provided Design-Build services for the demolition of the 150,000 square foot original air traffic control tower built in 1954 on top of an active terminal, and the reconstruction of Terminal 2's office tower on the third and fourth floors totaling 47,874 square feet.

The renovation features 180-degree views of the airfield from an indoor and outdoor terrace as well as core and shell space for a future café and lounge. The scope also included structural and seismic upgrades to the existing building while adding additional floors above the active terminal, and make-ready projects such as upgrading the airfield lighting infrastructure, and adding a boarding bridge gate and hold room.

Protecting the public and the operations of the terminal was the team's number one priority and this was achieved by working mostly at night and setting up 20 different zones of work. Throughout this project, there was no shut down to airport operations. LEED Gold certification - Pending

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