Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) 2022 Sustainability Report



Terminal 4 Modernization Program (2022 Series G)

Consolidated Rent-A-Car Facility (2022 Series A)

The Terminal 4 Modernization Program consists of activities within Terminal 4 where American Airlines currently operates. The Program consists of the consolidation of 30 gates to improve passenger mobility, the development of a new connection to Terminal 5, offices, central areas for ticketing, security, and baggage claim, and connection to the APM. The Program will achieve LEED Silver at a minimum through its anticipated reduction of indoor water use and purchasing of energy credits for at least 20% of the total building energy usage. ƒ Status : Terminal 4 anticpated completion by Q1 of 2028 and T4.5 vertical core completed Q4 2022 ƒ Energy Performance : Terminal 4—8.98% energy use intensity (EUI) improvement, and 9.48% energy cost savings over baseline conditions, and commitment to purchasing Renewable Energy Credits with a 10 year commitment for minimum of 20% annual energy cost; T4.5 Core—Heat island reduction, advanced energy metering ƒ Waste Diversion: To date, Terminal 4—96% diversion; T4.5—91.87% total for project ƒ LEED Certification Status : Tracking LEED Gold Certification

The ConRAC is a part of LAX’s LAMP. The ConRAC will consist of over 200 EV charging stations and will include future capacity for up to 305 EV charging stations. The Project also includes the installation of efficient LED interior and exterior lighting, drought resistant landscaping, employee amenities such as bike racks, diversion of waste, and a solar array that will provide at least 60% of the building’s energy needs. The Project will help alleviate traffic congestion by consolidating rental cars, and provide infrastructure to expand growing EV use. The ConRAC will achieve LEED Silver at minimum. ƒ Status : Anticipated completion in 2024 ƒ Total EV Charging Stations: 234 Level 2 chargers as of December 2022 ƒ Total capacity of solar array is 4.83 MW. 15,106 solar panels ƒ Waste Diversion : Goal of between 50% and 75%. To date, 83.66% waste diverted from landfill, +/- 14% recycled content of buildings ƒ LEED Certification Status : Tracking LEED Gold


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