Hollywood-Burbank Airport breaks ground on new passenger terminal

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California Construction News staff writer

The Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority (BGPAA) has broken ground on a new $1.5-billion terminal at Hollywood Burbank Airport.

Jacobs is providing project management services for Elevate BUR. The design-build team is led by Holder, Pankow, TEC, Joint Venture (HPTJV), with Corgan providing architectural services for the project in association with CannonDesign.

Construction of the new terminal is expected to be completed by 2026.

The new 355,000-sq-ft, 14-gate facility will replace the existing 94-year-old terminal.

The Elevate BUR” project is needed to meet federal standards and state building requirements, while improving the overall passenger experience with new features and amenities.

The project is known as “Elevate BUR.”

“We’re excited to celebrate this milestone that brings us one step closer to a more elevated travel experience for our passengers,” said Frank Miller, executive director of Hollywood Burbank Airport. “I want to thank our Commissioners and the Burbank residents for their support, without which this project will not be possible.”

The 355,000 square foot, 14 gate facility will include shopping and dining spaces, upgraded restrooms and additional space, new ticketing lobby baggage screening system and an updated TSA checkpoint.

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