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Guadalajara International Airport T-1 Improvements and T-2 Expansion (GDL)

PGAL was awarded the planning and schematic design projects for T-1 Improvements and the T-2 Expansion project. PGAL developed a strategic alliance with LINK Arquitectura in pursuit of this project. Currently the airport has 13 gates that services 5.8 million passengers a year. Once the construction of the Master Plan has been completed the airport will have 48 gates, is projected to serve 12 million passengers yearly and total 1,700,000 sf. 

T-1 services include:

  • Expansion and renovation of the terminal building
  • Relocation of the vertical circulation
  • Relocation of the restaurants
  • A new connector bridge between T-1 and the new parking garage
  • A new restaurant

T-2 services include:

  • 12 new gates
  • Conceptual drawings
  • Planning and schematic design    
  • A pedestrian bridge between T-1 and T-2
  • A new restaurant

Photo credit: PGAL and LINK Arquitectura

 
Project Specs: Related Project Aspects:
Owner:
Guadalajara International Airport
Location:
Guadalajara, Mexico
Construction Budget:
$10 million
Completion Date:
postponed by the client GAP
Services
International

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