Denver International Airport

Projects for upgrading and commercial exploitation of Denver Airport’s Jeppesen terminal. Denver Airport is the largest commercial airport in the USA in size, and the sixth largest in terms of traffic.

  • 34 years Concession
  • 26 Airlines
  • 58 m Passengers / Year

Ferrovial Airports was awarded the contract for the upgrading and commercial management of Denver Airport’s Jeppesen terminal, in the state of Colorado. Denver International Airport is the largest commercial airport in the USA in size, and the sixth in terms of traffic.

Negotiations were carried out through the  consortium, led by Ferrovial Airports and including US companies Saunders Construction and JLC, an investment fund created by Loop Capital and Magic Johnson Enterprises. 

The Great Hall project

Ferrovial Agroman, in a joint venture with local company Saunders Construction, will be responsible for all the building works. The design project is signed by Luis Vidal+ architects, a benchmark for airport infrastructure.

The Great Hall Project covers renovation of the airport’s Jeppesen terminal, which spans an area of over 70,000 m2. Some of the improvements to be made are:

  • New retail and food areas.
  • Relocation and extension of security control checkpoints.
  • Improved access to the building and passenger flow.
  • New check-in area.
  • Best use of space and increased efficiency within the terminal.

Moreover, new jobs will be created, both during construction and with permanent employment following completion. The airport will become one of the  in the state of Colorado.

General Information

Project
Remodeling and Commercial Operation of Denver International Airport’s
Location
Denver (USA)
Signature of the Contract
24th August 2017
Duration of Contract
34 years
Number of passengers per year
58 m
Partners
Ferrovial Aeropuertos, Saunders Construction, JLC and Ferrovial Agroman