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Oakland International Airport Terminal 1 Renovation – Phase 1

Oakland, CA

OverviewOakland International Airport OAK TEECOM

Oakland International Airport renovated its circa 1960 260,000 sf Terminal 1 building. The Port had supported this building with the integration of new technology, but the infrastructure was long outdated. The design included complete upgrades to the technology systems and a relocation of the original MPOE serving the airport.

(Image ©Thomas Prosek)

Oakland International Airport OAK TEECOMTEECOM’s Contribution

TEECOM’s design responsibilities included a new public address system, visual paging, complete upgrade to networking switches, and design of additional telecom closets for tenant premise wiring. Additionally, all abandoned cable and racks were identified and removed. All work was phased and conducted while keeping the terminal completely operational for the flying public.

(Image ©Thomas Prosek)

 

Services Provided

Telecom

Telecom

Telecommunication Design Systems

Security

Security

Security Design Systems

Audiovisual

Audiovisual

Flight Information Display

Network

Network

Network Design Systems

Oakland International Airport Terminal 1 Renovation – Phase 1

Location 1 Airport Drive Oakland CA, 94621

Project Type Airport

Project Team

Project Size

260,000 sf

Completion Date

2015

Photography

©MWA, ©Thomas Prosek

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