Salt Lake City International Airport
Terminal I Modification and Expansion
Salt Lake City, UT

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Modified Central Lobby


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New Passenger Screening


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Queue space – Passenger Screening


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Project Description
GPA was the design architect for the $30 million Terminal I expansion and modification at the Salt Lake City International Airport. Phase I included the expansion of the ticket lobby and major remodel of the central lobby. Under Phase II, the existing ticketing was to be replaced and new in-line baggage screening facilities and Airline Ticket Offices (ATO’s) constructed. Working with a local architect of record, GPA provided planning and design for both program phases along with construction documents for selected building components. A number of factors made this project very challenging; the multi phasing to allow continuous operation during construction and the modernization and/or upgrade of existing infrastructure within building code and budget constraints.


Client: Salt Lake City Department of Airports
Scope: Design and Consulting Architect
Area: 160,000 sf (Phase I and II)
Cost: $30 million (Phase I and II)
Year Completed: 2006 (Phase I)