DFW TRIP Program Features Variety of High-Value Improvements
LEO A DALY was part of the development team, as on-call architectural consultant, for the DFW TRIP Program, or Terminal Renewal & Improvement Program. The effort brought high-value improvements to operations, passenger processing and aesthetic appearance at DFW.
TRIP’s Terminal B-to-D connector project joined three Terminal B domestic gates to Terminal D’s Federal Inspection Services (FIS), allowing them to operate as either domestic or international. We also rejuvenated the interiors to create a harmonious look with Terminals B and D.
Terminal E’s renovation began with reactivation of its “satellite” terminal, which opened in 2012, and features enhanced tunnel connections, a newly designed airline common club and expanded Terminal E ticketing and baggage claim facilities.
At a glance$2.7 Billion Capital Improvement Program
Terminal E Renovation, including New Airline Clubs and Ticketing and Baggage Claim; Updated Systems, Interiors and Entries
Reactivation of "Satellite" Terminal E
New Terminal BD Connector to FIS Corridor