Nashville International Airport Concourse D & Terminal Wings Expansion

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About the Project

The Nashville International Airport is experiencing record growth and in response to this growth the Concourse D and Terminal Wings Expansion (Project 1) was established with two major program intents; to produce more gates for added capacity and to allow both gate and checkpoint flexibility to enable the implementation of the future Nashville Airport Terminal Lobby and International Arrivals Facility project, also awarded to Hensel Phelps.

 

The expansion of Concourse D adds six new departures gates, the associated ramp amenities and function space to support the gates. Also included is the renovation of a significant portion of Concourse C to allow relocation of airport operations during construction of BNA Project 1 and Project 2.

 

Both the North and South Terminal will be expanded for interim TSA checkpoints and future permanent ticketing check-in counters. Each expanded wing will include concessions, ATO’s, BSO’s and bag claim devices. Throughout this process, an entirely new Central Utility Plant will be completed and transitioned out of the operating terminal to support the BNA Vision. Designed to LEED v4 Certification.

Quick Facts

  • Location Nashville, TN
  • Client Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA)
  • Industry Aviation
  • Line of Business Construction
  • Completion Date Summer 2020
  • Contract Value $ 203 Million
  • Square Footage 302,400 SF

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