Memphis International Airport Concourse Project Featured in Airport Improvement
Kimley-Horn Continues History of Successful Projects at MEM
The newly modernized Concourse B at Memphis International Airport not only updated a more than 50-year-old structure, but added 23 new gates that allows the airport to continue to grow. As the lead civil engineering firm, Kimley-Horn worked with the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority to relocate utilities, redo concrete paving, and design new bollard locations for this project, doubling the size of the concourse.
“Kimley-Horn has a long-standing history of performing successful projects with Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority and this is another continuation of that.” – David Sparkes, Kimley-Horn Airport Consultant and Engineer