CCIA Projects

Corpus Christi International Airport (CCIA) has an ongoing Capital Improvement Plan that helps ensure the safety of the airfield and the safe and efficient use of all facilities and airport property. The ongoing projects are pursued in a measured way to maximize the federal funding that's available, maintain a safe operating environment for all airport users, and to minimize the inconveniences caused by construction activity.



CCIA's $17.9 Terminal Rehabilitation Project

The project will update many customer-facing areas and add new airport additions, including renovations to the first and second-floor public and secured restrooms of the Terminal Building, a new nursing room, a Service Animal Relief Area (SARA) for individuals with service animals, and a second-floor outdoor patio with a view of the airfield.

In addition, CCIA will re-cover external roof sections and replace existing window perimeter seals and HVAC cooling towers. Also, the fire alarm control panel that serves the entire terminal building will be replaced, and improvements to the electrical generator and switch gear to back up emergency power to the west portion of the building will be made.

The anticipated construction completion for the Terminal Rehabilitation Project is in the Summer of 2024.