San Diego International Airport receives more than 22 million passengers each year, a nearly 10-fold increase since opening in 1967. To accommodate an expected 40 million passengers by 2035, the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (SDCRAA) is undertaking a $219-million program, involving:
The airside technologies development program also provides critical infrastructure to support New Terminal 1, a major expansion project that will add 11 gates and modernize the original terminal.
As part of a Jacobs-led engineering team, Burns served as the engineer of record for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) systems. Program components include:
Burns is providing the following engineering services:
Construction is scheduled to complete in 2025.
Burns offers unparalleled knowledge in specialized airport ICT systems and communications infrastructure. On-going projects include major capital programs underway at Los Angeles International Airport, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, and Nashville International Airport.
Los Angeles World Airports, IT Project Management, Project Controls and Technical Support
Houston Airport System, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Mickey Leland International Terminal, Communications and Technology Design Consultant Services
Nashville International Airport (BNA), Communications, Technology and Security Design Consultant Services