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Mineta San Jose International Airport Terminal B Concourse


San Jose, California
Clark Construction
Gensler
2009
  • LEED Silver
  • Remodel/Renovation
  • Transportation
  • Drywall
  • Fireproofing
  • Lath & Plaster
  • Metal Stud Framing
163,000 sq. ft.
$13M

The San Jose Terminal B Concourse was the start of a complete makeover of the Mineta San Jose International Airport. San Jose city leaders determined that they needed a 21st Century airport to meet the city’s needs as the Capital of Silicon Valley and reflect the innovation and vision of the area. The Terminal B Concourse was a principal component of the Airport’s modernization program that also included more roadway capacity, upgrades to Terminal A, expansion of concessions, a convenient consolidated rental car center, and the demolition of the original Terminal C.

Raymond completed the fireproofing, lath and plaster, metal stud framing, and drywall for the 163,000 square foot Terminal B (which provides 12 gates and can serve up to 8.5 million passengers a year), as well as the drywall, fireproofing, and plaster for the 3,000-space rental car facility.

The project was awarded runner-up in the Excellence in Drywall Design by the Northern California Drywall Contractors Association (NCDCA), first place in the Excellence in Construction Quality Award by the Association of the Wall and Ceiling Industry (AWCI), as well as first place in the Best of 2009 Transportation Facilities by McGraw Hill.