San Francisco International Airport
The International Terminal project was central to San Francisco International Airport’s Master Plan. The $800 million facility is 2,000,000-sf, the largest international terminal in North America. The facility also holds the distinction of being the largest building in the world built on base isolators, which protect against earthquakes. The extensive interior space includes 14,000-sf of concession space featuring Bay Area restaurants and also features two boarding areas with 26 gates, 1,200 lineal feet of ticket counters and 30,000 lineal feet of baggage conveyor system. The project broke ground in October 1995 and opened in December 2000.
As a joint venture member of the construction management team for the project, EPC provided resident engineering, inspection, QA/QC code compliance, value engineering, materials testing oversight, systems startup, project controls, CADD support, and administrative support.