About San Francisco International Airport Terminal 1 Redevelopment
San Francisco, CA
SFO is redeveloping Terminal 1 - The Harvey B. Milk Terminal (T1), one of its oldest terminals, to meet the needs of modern travelers and revolutionize the guest experience. T1 was built in the early 1960s and over time has become less able to accommodate the millions of passengers that it handles each year. The project is expected to be fully complete in 2022.
The $2.4 billion project includes:
- design and construction of T1’s pre-security concourse
- a new Boarding Area B (B/A B) with improved passenger circulation and access to its 24 gates, new passenger loading bridges, and new concessions
- a spacious central concourse with an art gallery, food halls showcasing the best in Bay Area fare, and integrated technology to facilitate the passenger journey
- a new mezzanine with connections to the AirTrain, public transit and the Central Parking Garage
- convenient new post-security corridors connecting to the International Terminal A gates and Boarding Area C.
- Over 66,000 square feet of View Dymamic Glass to bring more natural light into the terminal, while minimizing glare and heat.