Concourse C North Expansion
Delta Air Lines
The Delta Air Lines Concourse C North Expansion project added more than 12,000 sf of new structure to the east and west sides of the concourse. The expansion was designed to provide adequate space for 26 additional passenger boarding bridges, 6,000 sf of new hold room space, and 15,000 sf of new apron level office space.
The buildout included two (2) new telecommunications rooms, new restrooms, briefing rooms, and several other ASA offices within the apron level area. A new Georgia Power vault also was constructed to provide electrical capacity for the expansion. A 5,000-amp double-sided, redundant switch gear and three (3) 2000 kVA transformers were installed in the new vault and energized in June 2008.
Additional improvements included apron-level aesthetic upgrades, which consisted of more than 20,000 sf of replacement VCT, acoustical ceiling tile, carpet, and paint. Other renovations while maintaining the operations of Delta Airlines and other airport personnel were new office spaces, an employee break room, and 3,000 sf of hold room renovations.
The project resulted in an increase in the number of boarding bridges available to passengers, additional office space for ASA and Delta employees, hold room space to accommodate passengers, and an electrical infrastructure to accommodate future expansion.