MCM was awarded a $128 million contract to manage the eastern expansion of Terminal 4 at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
The county commission approved the contract for the expansion on Tuesday. The Miami-based company will help the county expand Concourse G (Gates G1 to G8), demolish Concourse H, reconfigure the security screening checkpoint, build offices for the Broward County Aviation Department, and build space for the Federal Inspection Service. It should break ground in the first quarter next year.
New gates are planned at Terminal 4 of Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
“The competitive process was challenging but taxpayers can rest assured that the county did a great job selecting the best contractor to help modernize one of the county’s most important economic engines,” Poliakoff said.
The overall expansion and modernization of Terminal 4 is a $450 million project that’ll also increase the concession space to 34,000 square feet. The number of gates will increase from 10 to 14. The western phase of the project is nearly completed.