PHL Terminal B/C

Philadelphia International Airport

Project Summary

TranSystems designed the renovation and addition of more than 400,000 square feet as the B/C passenger terminal at PHL for Philadelphia’s Division of Aviation. With 16 specialty consultants, TranSystems’ design team coordinated this effort in response to the Division of Aviation’s and US Airways’ initiative to modernize outdated structures, streamline airline and airport functions and create an effective hub and a visually distinctive image within a very strict project budget and difficult site conditions. TranSystems also designed additions and improvements to the Airport High Speed Line stations, including additional platforms, baggage handling systems, heated/cooled waiting areas and improved information systems. In the terminal area, the design of new additions included a ticketing hall to serve as US Airways’ principal entrance, eliminating the inefficiency and confusion of multiple entrances for the airline.

Project Highlights

  • Adding more than 400,000 square feet of terminal space
  • Modernized outdated structures, streamlined airline and airport functions
  • Improved the airport High Speed Line stations
  • Designed new ticketing hall eliminating inefficiencies and passenger confusion

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