Construction to begin on $58M interim gates project at Mineta San Jose airport

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The Mineta San Jose International Airport is starting a $58-million project to build an interim gates facility.

Hensel Phelps Construction Co. and Fentress Architects are teamed in a design-build collaboration for the project.

The expansion will “enhance flight scheduling flexibility, decrease delays, allow SJC to meet desired passenger service levels, and support current operations and planned growth,” the airport said in a statement.

Connected to the Fentress-designed Terminal B on the south end, the facility will include five gates with passenger boarding bridges, a sixth gate position to be ground loaded, a 15,000-sq.-ft., 550-person hold room, and additional concession space.


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