Salt Lake International Airport has been ranked as the 25th busiest airport in North America and the 85th busiest in the world. The Salt Lake City Corporation through its Department of Airports (SLCDA) has embarked on a capital improvement program commonly known as the Airport Redevelopment Program (previously referred as the Terminal Redevelopment Program), which currently is expected to span ten years and cost approximately $3.1 billion.
HDJV is currently constructing new facilities, rehabilitating certain structures, as well as constructing improved roadways and associated infrastructure for the Salt Lake International Airport. The project is more fully described in the SLCDA’s Airport Redevelopment Program plan of execution, which is a work in progress and may be revised, updated or amended from time to time.
- Concourse space doubles
- 75 aircraft gates
- Separate arrival & departing
- Passenger pick-up on level 1
- Passenger drop-off on level 2
- Five-level parking garage – 3,600 parking spaces
- New two-level rental car customer service building
- Rental car quick turn-around (QTA) facility
- New central utility plant