Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport Terminal Improvements

Dallas, Texas


MEP Engineering Design

Project Type



700,000+ sf


$1+ billion

Honored Awards

Significance of Project

Vast renovation project in a day-to-day operating airport

Project Description

The overall goal for DFW TRIP, Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program, was to make dramatic improvements for passenger services, including ticketing, security, and concessions. Replacement of terminal systems such as electrical, plumbing, and ventilation for terminal buildings A, B, C, and E was also part of this project.

Campos was responsible for the renovation of the mechanical systems of the 700,000 SF Terminal B. The scope included new air handling units, hydronic piping, ductwork, and controls to replace the HVAC systems. Campos was also responsible for the Terminal E electrical work.  

These projects were completed under Campos’ Design Management contract, which Campos has held with the airport since 2010. Campos has completed hundreds of DFW projects, from extensive terminal upgrades and new construction to minor renovations throughout the airport.


DFW Airport

Photo by Briana Tozour on Unsplash
Photo by Briana Tozour on Unsplash