Hobby International & IAH Terminal Redevelopment Program Update Jarrett Simmons, Assistant Aviation Director – Planning Houston Airport System. November 14, 2014. Hobby International Terminal Program. Hobby International Terminal Program. New Parking Garage. Entry Roadway Modifications.
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November 14, 2014
New Parking Garage
Entry Roadway Modifications
New Satellite Central Plant
Reflecting the strength of the local economy, airlines continue to add new routes—most outside of IAH’s historically strong Latin American market.
With only 6 widebody gates, Terminal D cannot accommodate new long-haul services at peak times.
~4,000 pax per hour
12 gates; foreign flags
23 gates UA int’l
ITRP is in partnership between HAS and United Airlines
Terminal Package - 801,530 S.F. 15 international widebody gates (including 4 A380)
Apron Package – 1,386,000 S.F. (Pavement, drainage, hydrant fueling, etc.)
(Includes New dedicated lanes for Terminals C, D & E)
Federal Inspection Services (ITRP)Package (FIS) PackageFIS Expansion, Security Checkpoint Consolidation & New Custom & Border Protection (CBP) & Public Parking Garage
For more information on the (ITRP)IAH Terminal Redevelopment Program
Mr. Andre’ Morrow
Senior Procurement Specialist
Houston Airport System
Supply Chain Management