Bradley West Core and Gates

The new Tom Bradley International Terminal (Bradley West Core and Gates) Project provides greater capacity to the facility’s west side with the addition of new gates to accommodate new-generation aircraft and a great hall for dining, retail shopping and passenger amenities beyond passenger security screening. The new Bradley terminal is considered to be the largest public works project in the history of the City of Los Angeles. The $1.5 billion project created nearly 4,000 construction-related jobs during the four-year project schedule.

CALTROP provided construction inspection, specialty inspection and office engineering services for this project.

LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
CLIENT: Los Angeles World Airports
PROJECT VALUE: $1.5 billion


  • Terminal Modifications
  • New and Enhanced Gates
  • Great Hall Addition


  • Construction Inspection
  • Office Engineering
  • Specialty Inspection