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Philadelphia International Airport Terminal F Hub Expansion

Terminal F Hub Expansion is one of the many significant projects Keating has performed at the Philadelphia International Airport. The main components of this project included: 1) a new and expanded “central hub” to accommodate additional concessions and centralize airline operations; 2) reconfiguration of the security checkpoint, doubling the number of security lanes and accommodating the latest TSA security equipment; 3) a new connector between Terminals E and F; and 4) a new baggage claim building on the Arrivals Road at Terminal F featuring 2 carousels.

Overall Cost / $53,500,000
Owner / US Airways
Architect / The Sheward Partnership, LLC
Project Status / Completed in 2013

The construction at Terminal F also resulted in significant improvements to the public’s access to parking, ground transportation and SEPTA rail service.

This is LEED Gold Certified Project.