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Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Terminal 4

Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, FL

In a joint venture, Zyscovich Architects, created a concept design for a new international terminal at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. As the client’s needs have changed substantially since the initial programming effort, the project is currently under redesign as a substantial addition to the existing Terminal 4 that will provide an internal pre-security connection to the existing Terminal 3, greater efficiency and flexibility of the international operations, 14 international swing gates, a new international concourse and new offices for the Broward County Aviation Department.

The new design is intended to be flexible enough to respond to the Airport’s current needs for expansion while respecting the recently updated Master Plan, minimizing the need for temporary construction. While the design includes the full 14 gate facility, Construction Documents and Construction will be completed first for Phase One of the two-phased project. Zyscovich is a 50-50 partner in a joint venture and is directly responsible for various portions of the scope throughout the duration of the project, including programming, design, construction documents and construction administration.

KEY FEATURES
Substantial Retail in Terminal Building
Landside Master Development
Traffic Free Zone for Arriving/Departing
Passengers at Ground Level
Integral Security, Wayfinding, and Passenger Services

 

In a joint venture, Zyscovich Architects, created a concept design for a new international terminal at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. As the client’s needs have changed substantially since the initial programming effort, the project is currently under redesign as a substantial addition to the existing Terminal 4 that will provide an internal pre-security connection to the existing Terminal 3, greater efficiency and flexibility of the international operations, 14 international swing gates, a new international concourse and new offices for the Broward County Aviation Department.

The new design is intended to be flexible enough to respond to the Airport’s current needs for expansion while respecting the recently updated Master Plan, minimizing the need for temporary construction. While the design includes the full 14 gate facility, Construction Documents and Construction will be completed first for Phase One of the two-phased project. Zyscovich is a 50-50 partner in a joint venture and is directly responsible for various portions of the scope throughout the duration of the project, including programming, design, construction documents and construction administration.

KEY FEATURES
Substantial Retail in Terminal Building
Landside Master Development
Traffic Free Zone for Arriving/Departing
Passengers at Ground Level
Integral Security, Wayfinding, and Passenger Services