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Barbara Jordan Passenger Terminal

Identification

Barbara Jordan Passenger Terminal
256797

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Structure in General

low-rise building
existing [completed]
concrete
granite
light gray dark gray

Usages

airport passenger terminal
restaurant mercantile

Facts

  • In June of 1997 the passenger terminal was named after the late Barbara Jordan, a US Congresswoman from Austin.
  • The terminal currently has 25 gates and can be expanded to 55 gates.
  • The terminal contains 50,000 square feet of Texas Pearl Granite from nearby Marble Falls, Texas. This is the same area that the granite for the Texas State Capitol was quarried from.
  • Walking times from the ticket counters to the farthest gate, Gate 25 in the West Concourse, takes about 5 minutes.
  • There is seating for 2,750 people in the passenger waiting area.
  • The Barbara Jordan Passenger Terminal at ABIA is three times the size of the terminal at the old Robert Mueller Municipal Airport.
  • In keeping with the tradition of Austin being the "Live Music Capital of the World" there is a stage in the terminal where bands come to play live music. Everything from rock and roll, blues, country and just about anything else.
  • There are 350 miles of electrical wiring for the lights in the building.
  • There are 52 pairs of automatic sliding doors in the terminal.
  • There are 175 miles of wiring for communications throughout terminal.
  • The 1st floor concourse level has 53 foot ceilings.
  • Only 2 of the 4 levels in the terminal are open to the public. The other two levels are for airport offices and airline clubs.

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Location

3600 Presidential Boulevard
3600 Presidential Boulevard
78719
Eastside
Austin
Texas
U.S.A.

Technical Data

80.00 ft
2,095.03 ft
280.00 ft
4
Jan 1998
1998
12
6
10,152
$115,000,000

Involved Companies


Cotera Kolar Negrete & Reed

Architectural Engineers Collaborative

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