LAX Systems and Passenger Boarding Bridges
Systems upgrades and passenger boarding bridges throughout LAX's Terminal 2
Los Angeles, CA
Project Size:
150,000 sq. ft.
Project Attributes:

Project Summary

The project at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)'s Terminal 2 consisted of a series of upgrades to the existing utility and IT systems as well as infrastructure for a new baggage handling system. Included in CEI's scope were the foundations and utilities for the installation of Passenger Boarding Bridges (the walkways used to travel from the terminal to the plane). The 150,000 square-foot Terminal 2 Improvement Program also included upgrades to the ticket lobby, baggage screening, baggage claim area, concourse areas and upgrades of all systems that serve the terminal. The sustainable building design criteria was based on the 2010 edition of the Cal Green Code (Title 24, Part 1, with City of LA Amendments), Tier 1, which is owner Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA)'s standard for sustainable design.

CEI was given Golden Gate Partnership Recognition from the state of California for implementing and maintaining effective safety and health management systems that produce a good safety record while working at LAX.