Los Angeles airport Terminal 6 unveiled

WCN Editorial Team 24 Oct 2016 NORTH AMERICA TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

Los Angeles World Airports (Lawa) and Westfield have unveiled the new Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Terminal 6.

Terminal 6 is the second terminal to be redesigned in 2016 after the transformation of Terminal 2, which debuted in February.

The project included the transformation of over 2,040sq m in Terminal 6, featuring a new design and 21 new retail and dining facilities. It involved improvements to almost 500sq m of common areas, including a new terrazzo floor and ribbon ceiling, three sets of bathrooms, new electrical and IT infrastructure as well as tenant office spaces.

Lawa’s CEO Deborah Flint said: "We're raising the bar for what's possible at an airport.

"Lawa and Westfield are providing passengers a special experience that allows them to sample the best of L.A., food and drink, unique shops and modern amenities. Now they can find all that and more in Terminal 6."

The project team has completed the 20-month redevelopment ahead of schedule and under budget. LAWA, Westfield and operating partners have invested $70.5M in the project.

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