Service Road Grade Separation, LAX


Under the LAX Master Plan, the Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) launched a series of capital improvement projects. PacRim Engineering is involved in the engineering consulting efforts in connection with the Midfield Satellite Concourse, Tom Bradley International Terminal Project.

PacRim’s scope of work includes the design of the World Way West/Airside Service Road Grade Separation, which is a component of the Taxiway C13 improvements and the Taxiway D Extension. The project consists of constructing the Airside Service Road along the Taxiway C13, and lowering the existing World Way West roadway. The existing World Way West is a four lane facility, two lanes in each direction, and the proposed Airside Service Road is a two lane facility, one lane in each direction with standard 12-foot lanes and 8-foot shoulders. PacRim provided construction support services during construction as well. The project was completed and opens in June 2010.LAX Service Road