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SFO Terminal 1 Redevelopment Program

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is redeveloping Terminal 1 (T1), one of its oldest terminals, to meet the needs of modern travelers and revolutionize the guest experience. The 10-year program involves multiple complex projects that will replace existing facilities with a new terminal building, concourse, and apron, and that will add 1.13 million square feet to the T1 footprint. Work includes make-ready projects to relocate tenants and clear structures in the Southfield area to realign taxiways. This will allow for the expansion of T1 as well as development of new gates, a secure connector between Boarding Area B and the International Terminal Building, new passenger loading bridges and concessions, a new central area with improved spaces for passenger check-in, a consolidated security checkpoint, a new baggage handling system, and a new mezzanine with connections to AirTrain and the central parking garage. Throughout this project, the terminal and gates must remain in service for passengers and airlines.

Services Provided: The Allen Group is providing a range of program management services to support SFO's project management staff in orchestrating the many stakeholders involved and in meeting the challenges of working efficiently and safely in an intense operating environment, creating facilities that enhance customer convenience, provide increased operational capacity to support future needs, and meet stringent sustainability goals. Responsibilities include program management oversight and coordination of program schedule and cost control, document control, sustainability management, construction management, oversight of the stakeholder engagement process, contract administration, commissioning, and activation.