Swinerton Wins $43 Million Contract for New Long Beach Airport Ticketing Concourse and Installation of Hold Baggage Inspection System (CBIS)

Swinerton’s completion of the new Long Beach Airport (LGB) ticketing concourse and installation of the Hold Baggage Inspection System (CBIS) will allow for more efficient TSA screening. the $43 million in the contractual value project improves the level of service for passengers and visitors. An additional amount of $38 million the construction phase will improve the functional flow from sidewalk to door.

LONG BEACH, Calif., May 11, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Swinertona CaliforniaA builder with over 130 years of experience, announced the completion of the new ticketing concourse and Hold Baggage Inspection System (CBIS) at Long Beach Airport (LGB), which will enable more efficient screening from the TSA. the $43 million in the contractual value project improves the level of service for passengers and visitors. The new facilities open to the public on May 4, 2022.

Features of the 16,700 square foot ticketing facility, which is set to receive a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Silver certification, include: common-use ticket booths and self-service kiosks for greater flexibility depending on flight schedules and demand; well-placed counters and kiosks with non-porous, antimicrobial surfaces; sufficient square footage for better passenger flow; improved baggage check-in; optimized energy performance, LED lighting and reduced indoor and outdoor water consumption.

“Long Beach Airport continues to be an excellent partner for Swinerton on projects where close coordination is required to reduce security issues, minimize disruptions and enable continuity of building services,” said Ray Haj, Swinerton’s senior vice president. “We are excited to leverage our wealth of aircraft manufacturing experience and help LBG provide sustainable facilities with ease of access and a welcoming atmosphere for travellers.”

An additional amount of $38 million the construction phase is projected and once complete the upgrades will significantly improve the functional flow from sidewalk to door. Future improvements will include mechanical and structural upgrades to the airport’s 1941 terminal building, as well as new baggage claim systems; new concession spaces; a new public square; restroom renovations; and new car rental and parking counters.

“Swinerton has built a beautiful new ticketing concourse that dramatically improves the passenger experience at Long Beach Airport,” said Cynthia Guidry, manager of the Long Beach airport. “We are grateful for their partnership and modernization efforts which strongly position Long Beach Airport for the future.”

With over 130 years of manufacturing experience, Swinerton is the leader in aircraft manufacturing in United Statesrecently completing the 128,000 square feet maintenance hangar and outbuildings for Southwest Airlines to denver International airport. Other general contractor aviation projects include: United Polaris Lounge at San Francisco international airport, Aeroplex-Signature Hangar at Dallas Love Field and LAX Air Traffic Control Tower. For more information on Swinerton’s aircraft manufacturing expertise, visit the projects section of their website.

About Swinerton
Swinerton provides commercial construction and construction management services through United States. Founded in 1888, Swinerton is 100% employee owned and is the preferred builder and trusted partner in every market it serves, proudly leading with integrity, passion and excellence. Swinerton is headquartered at Concord, California with regional offices in Spokane and Seattle, WA; Portland, OR; Sacramento, San Francisco, Oakland, Santa Clara, Los Angeles, santa anaand San Diego, California; Honolulu, Hawaii; Denver, CO; dallas and Austin, TX; Atlanta, Georgia; Charlotte and Raleigh, North Carolina; and New York City, NY. For more information, visit their website.

About Long Beach Airport
Founded in 1923, Long Beach Airport (LGB) is the oldest airport in California. Among its many awards, LGB was named one of the top 10 airports in the 2020 USA Today 10 Best Readers’ Choice Travel Awards Contest for Best Small Airport. LGB provides nonstop service to multiple US cities while supporting a healthy general aviation community with over 300,000 annual operations. The airport is also an important source of economic activity and employment, with the LGB aeronautical complex generating $8.6 billion of economic impact and supporting 46,000 jobs. LGB is an independent company from the City of Long Beach and does not receive local taxpayers’ money. The airport is proud to preserve its valuable historical heritage and maintain safe, sustainable and environmentally responsible operations. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @LGBAirport.

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