Time frame
2010 – 2018
Cost
$3.2B

Project Overview

The DFW International Airport Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program (TRIP) is a $3.1B, seven-year renovation of the Airport’s four original terminals which first opened in 1974. The TRIP project encompasses the renovations of Terminals A, B, and E, and includes dramatic improvements for passenger services including ticketing, security and concessions as well as parking garages to include plate parking with an internal helix.

Plans include redevelopment of the terminal facilities with the replacement of terminal systems to the electrical, plumbing, ventilation and other infrastructure. Design concepts have called for more concessions space and the consolidation of concessions areas into villages reminiscent of DFW’s globally acclaimed International Terminal D.

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