JFK Airport - International Arrivals Building Terminal 4

New International Airport (JFK) in New York. The new constructed $1.4 billion terminal complex combines Delta’s processes at JFK, allowing the airline to travel out of old facilities in Terminal 3.

Terminal 4 by nearly one third to 1.94 million square feet, and gives Delta the ability to accommodate all of their international flights from Terminal 4. It involves the extension and integration of existing services into one full-capacity facility, including: nine newly constructed passenger gates in addition to seven original, renovated gates; a new baggage system; and the consolidation of existing security checkpoints.

ArupSOM  architect of record was the designer of the original Terminal 4 building and SNN worked on the Design and Construction Documentation for ArupSOM architect of record for Terminal 4 building which opened in 2001. This latest project includes the expansion of Terminal 4’s Concourse B and the addition of new security facilities. The redevelopment also features expanded shopping areas, the new 24,000-square-foot Delta Sky Club, and new domestic baggage claim facilities to speed the transfer of passengers from international to domestic flights.

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