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Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
New Construction, Infrastructure, Demolition
360,000 sq. ft., 2-Stories
Transforming the passenger experience was at the heart of the B/C terminal expansion at Reagan National Airport. The original B/C terminal, opened in 1997, was well beyond its designed capacity of 15 million passengers annually. The expansion effort was a major undertaking that included years of adjustments and improvements. Central to these improvements was addressing the notorious Gate 35X, where all regional jet passengers were transported by buses to the awaiting jets on 14 existing tarmac hardstands.
The addition of the new concourse replaced the existing ground-loaded regional jet aircraft hardstand operation with a state-of-the-art regional jet terminal. The building architecture remains consistent with the existing Terminal B/C facility with an exposed “National yellow” superstructure, glazed exterior curtain wall systems and similar interior finish systems. In addition to the new three-level concourse with various concessions, an American Airlines Admirals Club Lounge, and 14 aircraft boarding gates, the entire security checkpoint process was reimagined to provide an improved post-security experience. Two security checkpoints were constructed above the existing arrivals roadway and below the existing departures roadway to allow passengers to move freely throughout the entire National Hall of the airport and access all gates, amenities, dining, and premier shopping without having to re-enter the security process.