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Terminal - Service Upgrades

INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL SELF-SERVICE CHECK-IN AND AUTOMATIC BAG DROP

   

>Timing: January 2015 – October 2017

> Investment: $11 million

> Construction jobs: 110

 

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) is continuing to deliver world first technology with new self-service check-in and automatic bag drop (ABD) facilities at the International Terminal. When complete, the $11 million project will deliver 96 new self-service kiosks and 24 new automatic bag drops to rows 2,3,8 and 9, resulting in quicker check-in for passengers and shorter queues.

 

The new self-service check-in kiosks were all installed by December 2016, with the final stage of the project, the automatic bag drops scheduled to run from January to October 2017.

 

Project Timing:

January to late March 2017: Installation of eight ABD units to check-in Row 8.

Mid April to late June 2017: Installation of eight ABD units to check-in Row 9.

Early July to early September 2017: Installation of eight ABD units to check-in Row 2.

 

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DOMESTIC TERMINAL FIRE SERVICES UPGRADE

 

   

> Timing: November 2016 to October 2017

> Investment: $29 million

> Construction jobs: 45

 

While the current DTB Fire System is fully compliant with all Australian safety standards, increasing passenger numbers and the continuing expansion of the Terminal requires an upgrade of services. The works will provide upgrades of the existing smoke detection system, existing emergency lighting and exit signs, existing sound and intercom system, new ‘dry’ system fire alarm services and improved overall system performance.

 

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INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL ENTRY CONTROL POINT UPGRADE

 

   

 

> Timing: August 2016 to November  2016

> Investment: $2.4 million

 

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) and the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) are upgrading the Entry Control Point (ECP) facilities at Level Two Arrivals in the International Terminal.

 

The project is aimed at further improving passenger flow through the arrivals area and will result in a redesigned arrivals process, improved way finding signage, clearly marked passenger channels, relocation and expansion of concourse automated Smart Gate kiosks, improved lighting and new floor finishes.

 

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INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL SMART GATES EXPANSION

 

   

 

>Timing: Completed

> Investment: $6 million

 

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) and the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) have expanded the automated Border Control Smart Gate facilities at the International Terminal.  The project delivered 12 new Smart Gate kiosks on the Departures level and a further 11 gates at Arrivals.  The automated border controls have resulted in faster processing of passengers and reduced queue times in Passport Control. 

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INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL BATHROOM UPGRADE

 

   

 

> Timing: Completed

> Investment: $1.1 million

 

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has upgraded bathrooms at the northern end of the ITB on Level 3 Departures.

The project delivered re-furbished male and female bathrooms, re-furbished Parents Room, a newly tiled bathroom corridor, re-furbished northern concourse bathroom and Smokers Area

 

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TERMINAL ESCALATORS UPGRADES

 

   

 

>Timing: Completed

> Investment: $1.5 million

 

Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) has completed upgrading escalators at the International and Domestic terminals. While the previous escalator system was fully compliant with all Australian safety standards, increasing passenger numbers and the continuing expansion of both terminals required an upgrade of services. The works delivered new glass panel fall protection to improve safety and security, new under-step lighting to assist users and more external lighting along the escalators.

 

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DOMESTIC TERMINAL ROOF REFURBISHMENT

    

 

 

>Timing: Complete

>Investment: $3 million

 

High winds, unprecedented rainfall and extreme temperatures topping 50 degrees were just some of the challenges overcome by the team working on Brisbane Airport’s Domestic Terminal roof refurbishment.The $3m, yearlong project is now complete, with the entire roof cleaned, repaired and re-coated, prolonging its life for the next 25 years.

 

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