Terminal C North Concourse at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH)
PGAL leads the architectural and engineering team overseeing the design and construction of this new concourse for United Airlines.
The Terminal C North Concourse project is a two-level, 318,000-square-foot facility that accommodates a total of 11 new narrow and wide body-equivalent gates and three renovated gates.
Large expanses of windows throughout the concourse will provide panoramic views to passengers and visitors. The holdrooms will feature tech-enhanced lounge-style seating with USB ports and iPads from which guests can order food and amenities, browse the web, or play games. In addition 20 new dining and retail options conveniently integrated throughout the terminal.
Accessible via the existing Terminal C North connector, the new concourse features support areas on the lower level for airline ramp operations and passenger hold room lounges and amenities on the upper level for airline operations.
When the project is completed in 2017, United Airlines will use the new facility to replace its operations in the existing terminal C, which will be demolished to enable the reconstruction of Terminal D.
- Two-level, 318,000-square-foot concourse for United Airlines
- Customer amenities include expansive lounge areas and convenient dining and retail options
- 11 new gates and 3 renovated gates for a mix of wide and narrow-body aircraft