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William P. Hobby Airport West Concourse includes five gates and a new Federal Inspection Services (FIS) facility. The project also includes a two story building with five "swing gates" able to direct passengers arriving from outside of the US to a new FIS facility for US Customs and Border Protection of the first floor. Other features include a renovated lobby, an additional 16,000 sf for concessions, an expanded and reconfigured security screening checkpoint, and a new wing for Southwest Airlines passenger ticketing that can be accessed from the new parking garage. The concourse consists of a cast-in-place concrete pan formed beam system. The roof of the concourse was constructed out of structural steel.

Location: William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) Houston, Texas
Size: 527,000 sf / 5-gate concourse
Construction Cost: $156 million
Owner: Southwest Airlines
Architect: Corgan
General Contractor: Hensel Phelps
Structural System:

Foundation: Auger Cast Piles and Slab-on-Grade
Concourse: Pan Formed Beam & slab with CIP columns
Roof: Structural Steel Framing

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