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Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport Interior Improvements Phases I-III

900 Airline Drive - Kenner, LA 70062


The Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport Renovation package was a very complex
endeavour that involved several phases and coordination with multiple architecture firms. The scope of Murray Architects work included:  Phase I - renovating the existing restroom facilities throughout the complex, Phase II - updating all flight information display systems, Phase III - renovating the interior terminal, parabola, and baggage claim areas, a complete re-design of the airports ticket counters, and modifications to several office suites throughout the airport, and Phase IV - demolition to the existing post office and bank to allow further renovations to the main terminal. The aging airport was in need of major upgrades for it to stay on track with newer more advanced facilities.  The extent of work required to allow for more efficient passenger circulation, larger restroom capacity, and beautification for all passenger interfaces.  

Owner: Louis Armstrong International Airport

Services: Full Architectuarl Services

Consultants: Phase I-IV (ECM)

Building Area: 120,000 Square Feet Total (Phases I-IV)

Construction Cost: Phase I ($5,000,000.00), Phase II ($2,500,000.00), Phase III ($7,500,000.00), Phase IV ($150,000.00)

Cost Per Square Foot: N/A

Date of Completion: Phase I (October 2011), Phase II (June 2010), Phase III (November 2012), Phase IV (April 2013)


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