SOLD OUT – Case Study & Site Tour: Bradley West International Terminal at LAX
** For purpose of security, walk-ins and on-site registrations will not be accepted. **
An exclusive luncheon and preview tour of the $1.5 billion Bradley West Project.
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is in the midst of a four billion dollar development program for Los Angeles International Airport, the largest public works project in the City’s history. The centerpiece of the program is the New Tom Bradley International Terminal (aka “Bradley West”) which includes new gate and concourse areas at LAX’s premier international terminal. With the addition of approximately 1.25 million square feet of new building area for food, beverage, and retails concessions, the renovation incorporates enlarged boarding gates to accommodate new larger aircrafts. The retail component, to be managed by Westfield, includes dozens of local stores and restaurants.
Designed by Fentress Architects, Bradley West combines sustainable design and construction guidelines developed by LAWA to be more energy efficient and environmentally-friendly. LAWA’s commitment to sustainable development and the environment was recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council which awarded its prestigious LEED Silver Certification, which is the first-ever for a renovation project at a U.S. airport.
Please join members of ULI LA and Lambda Alpha International for a special luncheon and preview tour of Bradley West. Achievements in LAX revitalization will be honored at the LAI Skyline Awards Luncheon ceremony with keynote speaker Thom Walsh, AIA of Fentress Architects. LAWA Executives Gina Marie Lindsey, Roger A. Johnson, Michael Doucette, and David J. Arredondo will be recognized for their contribution to the Bradley West Project, followed by a short bus ride to the Bradley West International Terminal for an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour.
- Members $70
- Non-Members $105
Registration includes lunch at the Proud Bird Restaurant and transportation to Bradley West International Terminal.