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    LAX People Mover

    Los Angeles, CA


The LAX Automated People Mover project is a $2 billion dollar electric train system designed to revolutionize the traveler experience at LAX by providing easy access to the airport, improving reliability and mobility, while significantly reducing the amount of vehicle traffic and pollution output each day.

The elevated guideway system starts 3 miles from the airport at the Consolidated Rent-a-Car facility (ConRAC), making stops at each terminal before ending at the sixth station, Pan-Pacific’s Tom Bradley terminal. Overseeing the project is General Contractor, LINXS Constructors, a joint venture team consisting of i general contracting companies bringing their knowledge and expertise to the anticipated LEED® Gold Certified project. APM will completely transform the experience for travelers at one of America’s busiest and most iconic airports, while bringing jobs and workforce development to the local community.

Pan-Pacific is responsible for the total mechanical scope on this project, which began construction in November of last year. It is currently in the early stages of construction on two of the eleven total buildings, expecting to reach completion by May 2023.