The latest video provides an overview of the project's need and benefits:
Two new security checkpoints will be constructed above the lower-level (Arrivals) roadway. Security screening operations will shift to the new checkpoints and the existing checkpoints will be removed to fully connect Terminal B/C and its concessions and gates in a free-flowing post-security environment. Terminals will operate normally throughout construction, with temporary changes to traffic patterns and passenger flow to accommodate construction activity.
A new concourse will replace the 14 outdoor regional aircraft boarding positions accessed by bus through gate 35X. When completed in 2021, the concourse will have 14 indoor jetbridge gates with seating, concessions and a seamless post-security connection to Gates 10-45. Construction impacts on passengers are expected to be minimal, since much of the work will take place behind fences on the airfield.
To prepare for construction, the Airports Authority headquarters staff relocated from airport grounds to Crystal City. The New 14-Gate Concourse will be built on the site of the vacated corporate office building (known as COB).
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