The Tom Bradley International Terminal’s “West Wing” is taking shape. The massive public works project started in 2007 is set to revamp the hastily built international terminal built for the 1984 Summer Olympics. The current project employs over 4000 people, including CNP Signs & Graphics, who built and installed directional and wayfinding signage in earlier phases of the build.
For more on that project, click here to see our earlier post.
For the complete story about the terminal expansion from the Contra Costa Times, click here.