Delta Redevelopment Terminal 4

Delta / JFKIAT Redevelopment of Terminal 4 Headhouse, JFK International Airport, New York
  • Client Delta Air Lines
  • Location Jamaica, New York
  • Value $185 Million
  • Completion 2013

Lend Lease Involvement

Lend Lease is managing the $185 million, 255,000 sf expansion and renovation of Terminal 4 (T4) Headhouse at John F. Kennedy International Airport in NY on behalf of Delta Air Lines. This work represents a large portion of Phase One of the JFK/IAT Redevelopment Program.

Highlights

The new, upgraded Terminal 4 will provide facilities to accommodate Delta’s international operations replacing the current Terminal 3 which will be demolished after completion of T4. This project will reduce several congestion points including the lobby bag screening area and security checkpoint areas, and provide state of the art facilities for the terminal’s customers.

The expansion and reconfiguration of the Terminal 4 Headhouse will add 125,000 sf of space to the Headhouse and renovate 130,000 sf in the terminal area. The project will ensure that the facility remains operational throughout construction.

Lend Lease is managing the $185 million, 255,000 sf expansion and renovation of Terminal 4 (T4) Headhouse at John F. Kennedy International Airport in NY on behalf of Delta Air Lines.  This work represents a large portion of Phase One of the JFK/IAT Redevelopment Program.

The expansion and reconfiguration of the Terminal 4 Headhouse will add 125,000 sf of space to the Headhouse and renovate 130,000 sf in the terminal area. The project will ensure that the facility remains operational throughout construction.

Scope

The project scope includes new, expanded facilities on the east and west sides of the Headhouse, extensive baggage handling system (BHS) modifications and additions, new vertical circulation including escalators, stairs and elevator pile and concrete foundations, new security screening platform over third level retail space, modifications and renovations of building areas including removal of the monumental stairway between the third and fourth levels, and relocation of utilities.