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    LAX American Airlines T4.5

    Los Angeles, CA


Committed to “re-imagining LAX,” American Airlines broke ground on on a $1.6 billion modernization project to fully reimagine Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) Terminals 4 and 5, one of the largest terminal rehabs ever undertaken by a carrier at a U.S. airport.

Also known as AA T4.5, the Terminal Core is the first key development in the project. This state-of-the-art pedestrian passage way will have an elevated walkway connecting to LAX People Mover, while housing 16 security lines that will feed passengers to all of American Airlines’ 28 gates in Terminals 4 and 5.

Pan-Pacific will be performing the plumbing scope of work on the 5-story project.

In total, the project is expected to generate more than 6,000 jobs with more than 30 percent dedicated to local labor and 20 percent for minority- and women-owned business participation. Pan-Pacific Mechanical is responsible for the plumbing scope on this project including domestic plumbing systems such as domestic hot & cold, sanitary waste & vent, storm drain, irrigation, gas and all related equipment.