Redevelopment and Expansion
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Terminal 4 will undergo a major expansion and modernization at a cost of $450 million.
Crews will construct the terminal in two phases (western and eastern). This will reduce disruptions to passengers and airlines. Flights will depart and arrive at the terminal during construction.
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| Construction Schedule
|| Estimated Timeframe|
| Security Checkpoint Relocation
| Western Phase Foundations
|| Started |
| Completion of Western Phase
|| Mid 2015 |
| Start of the Eastern Phase Construction
|| Late 2014 |
| Removal of Concourse H
|| Mid 2016|
| Completion of Concourse H Removal
|| Late 2016|
| Completion of Terminal 4
|| Late 2017|
• Passengers will have more food and purchase options through expanded concession space from 2,128 square feet to 28,000 square feet.
• Passengers will have more destination options by increasing gates from 10 to 14. Presently, there are six gates for international/domestic flights and four domestic only gates. The new concourse will have 12 gates for both international/domestic flights and two domestic only gates.
• Dual taxi lanes will reduce aircraft taxi times from the concourse to the runway.
• A connector bridge to Terminal 3 will provide post-security movement. This will allow passengers with a connecting flight to walk to Terminal 3 or 4 without going through a security checkpoint again.
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