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At A Glance

  • Client

    San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
  • Estimated Value

    $237 Million
  • Location

    San Francisco, California
  • Role

    Prime Program and Project Manager

Project Description

The award-winning Grand Hyatt Hotel at the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) serves as the luxury gateway to the Airport as well as a central hub to the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Certified LEED Gold by the US Green Building Council, this 350-key, AAA 4-Diamond Hotel offers rich dining experiences, opportunities for respite and relaxation, and dynamic spaces for collaboration and celebration. The 4.7-acre Project site is close to the terminal buildings and parking garages with easy access to US Highway 101. The scope of the Project included the construction of a bridge connecting the Hotel to a new, high-end AirTrain Station, as well as underground utility movement and the realignment of South McDonnell Roadway. PGH Wong provided the full range of Program and Project Management Support Services.

Key Features

  • Seamless connectivity via AirTrain between the Hotel and the SFO Terminals, Car Rental Facilities, and Parking Facilities from the dedicated Hotel AirTrain Station
  • 350 keys, 3 restaurants, state-of-the-art fitness and spa center, and flexible meeting space
  • This AAA 4-Diamond Hotel is a sustainably-designed, signature property providing domestic and international travelers with best-in-class hospitality at the gateway to the San Francisco Bay Area.
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