Project Details
Estimated Program Cost: $1.04 Billion
Completion: Big Build Phase Late – 2011
Demolition of Old and Interim Buildings – 2012

A Terminal Modernization Program at Sacramento International Airport known as “The Big Build”. The program has been designed to meet future air travel demand by replacing the outdated 216,000 square foot/13 gate Terminal B. The concept meets the travel needs of Sacramento’s growing population and maintain Sacramento International Airport’s ease-of-use and convenience.

The new facilities feature:
• Landside terminal building
• Airside concourse
• Automated people mover (APM)
• Two-level structured roadway
• Cross-field taxiway and apron paving

Intuitive efficient plan
• Interconnected levels for easy way-finding
• Design for expansion to accommodate future growth
• Minimal construction phasing
• Maintains easy come/easy go process

Additional Facts
· Three Public Level Arrivals / Departures Terminal
· 19-Gate Airside Concourse International Arrivals Facility
· Dual Shuttle Automated People Mover System
· Two-Level Landside Access Roadway
· 669,000 Square Feet Terminal, 316,000 SF airside concourse, 353,000 SF landside terminal
· 19,557 Square feet of Landside Concessions
· 23,107 Square feet of Airside Concessions
· $8 Million Public Art Program

An astonishing work of art in itself, the new Central Terminal
B is a fitting home for an extensive public art collection. The
Sacramento Metropolitan Art Commission’s (SMAC) Art in
Public Places Program, gives travelers a rare opportunity to
access fine art in their everyday lives.