San Diego Airport construction awarded to Turner Construction Company and Flatiron

A joint venture of Turner Construction and Flatiron has been awarded a contract to build the new $2.265 billion passenger terminal for the San Diego International Airport in California.

Construction of the new terminal will start by the end of 2021, after environmental permits are issued. As the new terminal is replacing a working terminal built in the 1960s, construction will involve two phases, so that the terminal remains in operation. Phase one will add 19 new gates by early 2025 and phase two will add another 11 in early 2027. The terminal will cover a 1.2 million-square-foot building and will take the airport to a total of 62 gates.

The Turner-Flatiron team has completed previous work together at San Diego International Airport and at airports in San Francisco, Oakland, Sacramento and Denver.

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