Brandt provided the mechanical, plumbing and building automation system for this renovation project phased over five years.

The new design of the terminal decreased in size approximately 25 percent by replacing a large amount of unused and outdated space with modern and efficient facilities. The three original concourses were demolished and consolidated into one convenient, centrally located concourse for all airlines. In addition to the new concourse, the check-in and baggage claim areas were redesigned.

The main lobby space were renovated but retained the overall structure and volume of the original design. This portion of the facility is the symbolic heart of the terminal complex and a vital part of the passenger processing operation. In addition, the LFMP more than doubled the amount of available airport concessions providing another tremendous benefit for Love Field Customers.

Key stakeholders involved in the internal and external face lift of Love Field included City of Dallas Department of Aviation and Southwest, Continental and American Airlines.


Owner: Southwest Airlines
Architect: Corgan Associates
Engineer: IEG Consulting Engineers
Contractor: Hensel Phelps


Completion Dates: 2014
Brandt Role: Mechanical and Plumbing Services
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