LAX Celebrates Topping Out of Tom Bradley International Terminal Core

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) has celebrated the topping out of the Tom Bradley International Terminal Core, for which the final beam has now been placed.

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Representatives from Los Angeles World Airports, Austin Commercial, LP and the project team celebrate the signing of the Tom Bradley International Terminal Core topping out beam

The Tom Bradley International Terminal Core is one of seven new cores being constructed for the 490 million USD Terminal Cores project at LAX.

The project is scheduled for completion in 2024 and will provide access to all levels of the terminal buildings as well as a direct connection to the future Automated People Mover (APM) train system.

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Conceptual rendering of Tom Bradley International Terminal’s Terminal Core
Justin Erbacci, Chief Executive Officer, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) said:

“The topping out of LAX’s Tom Bradley International Terminal Core represents an important moment for one of the airport’s most ambitious and anticipated initiatives to date–creating a sustainable and interconnected network for getting to and from the airport that has the added benefit of alleviating congestion and passenger wait times.”

The Tom Bradley International Terminal Core is a three-level structure that is oriented for easy travel, allowing passengers to conveniently access ticket counters and self-service baggage drops when arriving at LAX.

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