CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Concourse C renovations are set to begin Monday, January 14 at Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
The renovations are part of Destination CLT, the Airport’s $2.5 billion capital investment program.
Renovations will include new ceiling tiles, fresh coats of paint, carpet in seating areas, wall panels, upgraded seating with integrated power, USB ports and wireless charging hot-spots. Restrooms, HVAC, electrical, fire alarm and sprinkler systems are to be upgraded as well.
During renovations, airport operations won't be interrupted. The concourse will remain open to passengers.
The project’s completion is scheduled for spring 2020.
Work will begin at the far end of the concourse at Gates 14-19. It will continue in stages going toward the Atrium.
Some sections of the concourse will be gated during the day to preserve the integrity of work while it is being completed. Open ceilings and bare concrete flooring will be visible.
The majority of work is expected to occur at night from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Renovations underway on Concourse B are expected to wrap up this spring. Concourse A renovations, which began in September, will finish in early 2020.
CLT’s terminal building was opened in 1982 as the East Concourse. The $70 million concourse renovation project will be the most extensive renovation in the terminal’s history.