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George Bush Intercontinental Airport 
International Arrivals Building

PGAL served as the Prime Consultant responsible for programming, planning, design and management of the new $200 million International Arrivals Building at George Bush Intercontinental Airport. This new 800,000 square foot international facility is being designed to process 4,500 international passengers per hour that will make this the largest planned FIS in the United States. PGAL was responsible for coordinating all existing and new requirements for Federal Agencies in addition to directing the design and fit-out of all interior spaces.

The International Arrivals Building serves passengers from both the existing International Terminal D as well as the new planned Terminal E. PGAL also participated in the overall design management for the $450 million International Services Expansion Program.

 
Project Specs: Related Project Aspects:
Owner:
Houston Airport System
Location:
Houston, Texas
Construction Budget:
$200 Million
Construction Delivery:
Design-Bid-Build
Completion Date:
2005
Services
Terminal Planning and Design

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