MESA GATEWAY WEST TERMINAL EXPANSION
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport required an expansion after its main airline carrier, Allegiant, reached its gate capacity. Allegiant began operations in 2007 with only two gates but quickly needed eight additional gates to serve its blooming passenger base.
The project includes a central plant, a central heat recovery ventilation air system, extension of the DDC controls, fire alarm, security, and special systems design. This four-phase terminal expansion features eight additional eights (for a total of 10 gates), concessions, and an airside courtyard with a covered walkway connecting to the new modern-looking building. The expansion included support spaces, larger rental car space, meet and greet areas, and baggage claim areas.
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority (PMGAA)
Mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, plumbing engineering