Program Updates

Restroom Renovation Program Updates

 

 

PHL Receives $24 Million from FAA Airport Terminal Program for Restroom Renovations | PHL.org

August 12, 2022

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded the City of Philadelphia Division of Aviation a $24 million  Airport Terminal Program grant for Philadelphia International Airport’s (PHL) Restroom Renovation Program.

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Women Lead One of PHL's Most Impactful Projects | PHL.org

March 10, 2022

With 51 unique floor plans, multiple contractors, and the integration of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing work, this is one of the Division of Aviation’s most complex programs.

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Phase Three of PHL Restroom Renovation Program Completed | PHL.org

July 20, 2021

With 51 unique floor plans, multiple contractors, and the integration of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing work, this is one of the Division of Aviation’s most complex programs.

Philadelphia International Airport's (PHL) Capital Development team recently completed phase three of the airport's Restroom Renovation Program. This phase of the multi-year, multi-million dollar program focused on the restrooms at Gates F-31 and F-25, Terminals D and E ticketing and Terminal D baggage claim. 

In this video tour, members of the project team discuss the restroom improvements and nearby amenities. 

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PHL Enhances the Guest Experience by Updating its Restrooms | PHL.org

October 5, 2020

As part of its continuous commitment to enhancing the guest experience, Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) has been modernizing its 48 sets of passenger-facing restrooms since 2012. Goals of the renovation program include improving quality and comfort, accommodating more travelers and implementing sustainability measures. The most recent sets of restrooms to reopen after being updated include those near Gate F31, Terminal D Bag Claim and Terminal D Ticketing. 

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PHL Modifies Restroom Renovation Program to Tackle COVID-19 | PHL.org

May 26, 2020

More often than not, restrooms are the first place airport guests visit when arriving and their last stop before departing - waiting for a flight and not feeling comfortable using the restroom is not ideal. At PHL, our answer is go right ahead. 

PHL is in the midst of a multi-million-dollar Restroom Renovation Program to modernize 48 sets of passenger-facing restrooms, including male and female washrooms and all-gender assisted care washrooms. The program also includes ancillary functions, like janitor’s closets and storage; Service Animal Relief Areas (SARA); lactation suites; quiet spaces (for meditation, reflection and prayer); benches with device charging spaces; and assisted care spaces incorporating amenities, like changing tables. Following the COVID-19 outbreak, enhancements were made to cleaning protocols for the health, safety and peace of mind of guests. 

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"Excuse me, where is the nearest bathroom?" | PHL.org

January 31, 2020

Oftentimes, restrooms are the first place airport guests visit when arriving and their last stop before departing. With this in mind, Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) is continuing its Restroom Renovation Program, a seven-phase project. When complete, all 48 sets of bathrooms at PHL will be modernized. 

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