Los Angeles, CA

Los Angeles International Airport Tom Bradley Terminal

During 24/7 operation of this airport, we installed video surveillance, alarm, paging, and energy-efficient lighting systems.

Value Delivered

KDC Inc., (formerly known as Dynalectric L.A.), collaborated with the general contractor to provide a turnkey solution for the project’s electrical and low voltage components.

This major airport project involved the apron and concourse, six floors in the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT), connection to the Bradley West Core Terminal, and a security screening check point.

We were able to coordinate all our work with airport vendors in accordance with utility and area shutdown and restoration procedures, as well as with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Transportation Security Administration, and Los Angeles World Airports.

Although the TBIT remained active 24/7 throughout our work, we met this challenge by limiting equipment and material deliveries to non-peak hours to help facilitate traffic flow. We also applied specialized training to mobilize material and equipment efficiently across active taxiways and runways.

Working in shifts for noise reduction, we designated transport routes that helped protect the public and existing building finishes.

Client Objectives

The Los Angeles International Airport was renovating the Tom Bradley International Terminal, and needed complete electrical and low-voltage solutions.


KDC Inc. was specifically tasked with providing, installing, and integrating:

  • Complete electrical systems
    • Power distribution
    • Uninterruptable power supply
    • Energy-efficient lighting and controls
  • Complete low voltage systems
    • Certified telecommunication
    • Access control
    • WiFi
    • Video surveillance
    • Paging
    • Electronic variable information display
    • Fire alarm

 Client Background

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