The Mineta San Jose International Airport recently unveiled its renovation/expansion of Terminal A, a new Terminal B and a 3,000-space consolidated rental car facility, designed by Fentress Architects and constructed by Hensel Phelps Construction Co.

Project principals include Hensel Phelps and Fentress Architects
Project principals include Hensel Phelps and Fentress Architects

SJC now operates 28 gates for its 13 airlines, with an annual capacity of 14.4 million passengers.

The $660-million design-build project components include system modernizations and aesthetic upgrades to Terminal A, a new Terminal B to replace Terminal C, and airport roadway and parking improvements, including a new consolidated rental car facility known as ConRAC.

The seven-deck, 3,000-space ConRAC garage is located across from Terminals A and B and houses all airport rental car operations, along with 320 street-level public parking spaces.

The project team includes the city of San Jose (owner); Hensel Phelps (design builder); Fentress Architects, Gensler and Steinberg Architects (master plan); Fentress Architects (design architect and architect of record for Terminals A, B and C); Magnusson Klemencic Associates (structural engineer for Terminal B); Martin / Martin (structural engineer for Terminals A and C); AECOM (civil engineer); Critchfield Mechanical (mechanical); Rosendin Electric (electrical); AECOM (MEP); Fentress Architects (fa�ade architect for ConRAC); TranSystems (architect of record for ConRAC); and Watry Design, Inc. (structural engineer for ConRAC).