TSA Lobby Expansion


The TSA Lobby Project was a building expansion and renovation to the lobby in a 50,000 square foot TSA facility. While maintaining full building operations, the construction included site work, micropiles, structural and architectural concrete, asphalt parking lot, concrete stairs and ramps, structural steel, custom metal panels, storefront systems, polished concrete, unique drywall and ceiling finishes and specialty lighting. This project was to create a memorial in remembrance of the World Trade Center attacks. In the lobby, a large piece of steel and building skin recovered from the ruins, limestone from the Pentagon and a flag flown at Flight 93 crash site are all part of the virtual representation of the devastation experience on September 11, 2001


  • Location: Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport
  • Duration: 9 Months
  • Size: 12,850 Square Feet
  • Special Equipment: Building Expansion & 9/11 Memorial
  • Architect: Gensler