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Will Rogers World Airport Terminal Expansion

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

HOK and local architect FSB designed a terminal expansion that meets the needs of modern travelers while accommodating Will Rogers World Airport’s need to grow. The expansion has elevated the airport and Oklahoma City while greatly improving the overall travel experience.

Before the expansion, the airport only had one gate available to lease. This was limiting its ability to attract new airlines or for an existing carrier to add capacity.

To meet the Transportation Security Administration’s evolving requirements, the airport also needed a larger, consolidated security checkpoint with more pre- and post-security space.

The first phase of the project includes four new gates on a new east concourse. Three are leased to Delta Air Lines, with the fourth gate capable of accommodating wide-body aircraft and built with a customs area underneath so it can accept international flights. There is space to add six more gates in the future.

A new eight-lane consolidated security checkpoint provides a streamlined entrance to the gate area, with the existing screening areas transformed into large meeter/greeter lobbies.

The project added a variety of new shops and restaurants near the gates. Lounge areas have seats equipped with USB ports.

The new east concourse is wider than the west concourse. This opens up the space and provides additional amenities for travelers.

Expansive windows and skylights draw in natural light. The daylight and wood ceilings combine to create a natural feeling in the terminal.

A public observation deck suspended above the concourse features lounge space and unique views of the terminal and airfield. Below this observation deck, local artist Matt Goad designed “OKConnected,” a mosaic in the terrazzo floor that guides travelers through the space while highlighting Oklahoma City’s history, culture and people.

151,000 sq. ft. / 14,000 sq. m.
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