We are on schedule to start
Terminal C site demolition
as soon as late February 2021.



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Project Overview

The High C -Gates Demolition and Rebuild project will modernize the existing facilities to allow for the capacity to meet current and future demands. DFW is the 4th busiest airport by passenger traffic in the US and the largest hub for American Airlines who currently occupies all 28 gates in Terminal C. The project will modernize Terminal C’s older gates and bring it into the 21st century by providing passenger with desired amenities and allowing a full view of the runway as passengers wait to board.

The project will replace the existing extension of Terminal C, and the construction of a new pre-fabricated modular envelope (shell and core) for gates 33, 35-37 and 39. The project will abate and demolish the existing facility which is approximately 72,000 SF and construct a 2 level, up to 80,000 square foot modular terminal building. This project is expected to accommodate 4 to 5 gates, serving domestic flights with 4 to 5 narrow body aircraft or regional jets.

Our design-build team have designed and built more than $32 billion in airport infrastructure across more than 350 projects at over 50 airports, including nearly every element of the landside, airside, and terminal space. The uniqueness of the project calls for a joint venture team with extensive aviation experience, lead by Archer Western, H.J. Russell, and Phillips May.

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About
DFW International Airport


Dallas Fort Worth International (DFW) Airport is one of the most frequently visited superhub airports in the world. DFW Airport connects the North Texas region with nonstop service to over 200 destinations on five continents and is consistently ranked among the best large airports for customer service.


Centered between owner cities Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, DFW Airport is the largest hub for American Airlines, which has its headquarters nearby, and the airport continues to serve as a major job generator for the North Texas region.


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About
The Team


Archer Western

Our Vision is to be the most valued construction services provider in North America. Our Mission is to lead the construction services industry by offering clients the highest level of internal expertise, safety, a fully integrated suite of services and a family approach to business. Our Values are to be the builder of choice; to be the employer of choice; to set the highest standards of ethics, quality, and safety; and to achieve a fair balance of responsibility, profitability, and citizenship.



H.J. Russell

H. J. Russell & Company, founded over 60 years ago, is a vertically integrated service provider specializing in real estate development, construction, program management, and property management.H. J. Russell strives to enhance the quality of life for human beings through sustainable and measurable economic empowerment.



Phillips May

Our Philosophy: Quality, Respect and Flexibility
Phillips/May corporation is a leading Dallas-based minority contractor. Over the years, Phillips/May has continued to maintain their core values of professionalism, client satisfaction, and concern for employees, while expanding their services and being at the forefront of innovation. Their unwavering commitment to both their workers and their customers has made them one of the most trusted and admired general contractors in Texas.



PGAL

Legacy. Design. Service. Founded in 1946, PGAL is an international design firm specializing in architecture, interiors, engineering, and planning for a diverse portfolio of public and private sector clients.


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