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Airport Terminal Reconstruction - Overview


April 3, 2018 Meeting:  The Juneau International Airport plans to reconstruct the North Wing of the terminal and is hosting a public meeting to share design concepts and hear public interest on Tuesday, April 3, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. in the Alaska Room at the Juneau Airport. People attending the meeting can park in Short Term Parking and bring their automated parking lot ticket to the meeting to get validated (free parking!).


March 2018 Update:  Conceptual design for Phase II has begun. Phase II will replace the oldest portions of the terminal (the north wing used for commuter airlines) and replace remaining areas of the main terminal that have not already been remodeled. The new facilities will be a collaboration of privately-owned buildings on leased airport lots and the main terminal owned by the Juneau community. See presentation regarding the terminal history and preliminary Phase II concepts.

In 2005, a Master Plan for the renovation of the Airport Terminal was completed. It called for addition and renovation to areas that were constructed after 1984, and replacement of areas that were constructed prior to 1984.

      phasing of terminal renovations                          Terminal Renovation Phases

Phase I added approximately 13,000 s.f. to the terminal, and renovated approximately 40,000 s.f. The work improved passenger services with a new baggage belt and a down-direction escalator. The visitor information services were greatly improved, and the community now has a multi-use meeting room that is available for rent. The renovations increased natural daylighting throughout the building and improved traffic flow on the front curb. The geothermal heat pump system allowed the development of a ice-melt system on the exterior sidewalks, street crosswalk, and taxi waiting area.




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