Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles International Airport

We installed electrical and structured cable systems in a newly-constructed terminal core at the Los Angeles International Airport.

Value Delivered

As part of the construction of the West Core at Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) that added new concourse terminals to accommodate 525-passenger Airbus A380 aircraft, KDC Inc., (formerly known as Dynalectric L.A.), collaborated with the general contractor to provide electrical systems.

During this project, we efficiently managed numerous owner-directed changes to field implementation. We were also able to coordinate all our work in accordance with utility and area shutdown and restoration procedures.

Additionally, we expertly mobilized material and equipment across active taxiways and runways, helping to maintain a seamless workflow.

Client Objectives

The Los Angeles International Airport was constructing the Tom Bradley International Terminal West Core, and needed complete electrical solutions.


Within this 1.2-million-square-foot project area, KDC Inc. interfaced electrical systems with existing TBIT infrastructure. We were also specifically tasked with providing and installing:

  • Complete electrical systems
    • Switchgear
    • Lighting fixtures and controls
    • Emergency uninterruptable power supply
  • Structured Cable Systems
    • Access control
    • WiFi
    • Video flight displays
    • Video surveillance

Client Background

Los Angeles International Airport is the fourth busiest airport in the world measured by number of passengers annually.