Burns Helps George Bush Intercontinental Airport Build State-of-the-Art New Terminal

George Bush Intercontinental Airport, one of the busiest airports in the US, is beginning a major expansion and renewal project to ensure the airport is ready for major future growth.  As part of this exciting program, the airport will replace its aging Terminal D with an innovative new terminal known as Mickey Leland Intercontinental Terminal (MLIT).

Burns is responsible for providing technical support services for the communications and technology elements that support this major capital improvement program that will construct a new 11-gate concourse, as well as reconstruct and integrate the existing Terminal C North and Terminal D into a new, single common-use international facility.  This project integrates numerous high-tech communications and technology systems, including:

  • Multi-media displays
  • Electric dynamic/interactive wayfinding
  • AVDGS (Advanced Visual Docking Guidance System)
  • Ramp/gate management systems
  • Ground transportation systems
  • Common use shared system/equipment
  • Common use self-service systems
  • Airport management support applications
  • Airport operating database
  • Airport resource management systems
  • Access control
  • Wired/wireless communications infrastructure
  • Special systems communication rooms
  • Fire alarm systems
  • Outside plant/cable management systems
  • CCTV surveillance
  • Digital video management
  • Public address systems
  • Mass notification systems
  • DAS/WiFi/satellite/radio systems

Burns is proud to be part of the team that will help George Bush Intercontinental Airport modernize its facilities, enhance the passenger experience, and maintain its position as a top international hub.


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