AE firms receive $80.9 million to upgrade LAX

The board awarded a 3-year contract of $39.4 million to Hatch Mott MacDonald for engineering, planning, and design work, and a contract for $41.5 million to Fentress Architects.


Plans to expand and modernize Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) advanced last week when airport commissioners approved $80.9 million in contracts for engineering and architectural services.

The board awarded three-year contracts of $39.4 million to Hatch Mott MacDonald for engineering, planning, and design work and $41.5 million to Fentress Architects.

Improvements are planned to runways, taxiways, and terminals to handle increases in passengers and larger commercial aircraft. The projects include a midfield concourse with new gates and a taxiwayfrom the north side of the airport to the south side.

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