LAX Development Program

The LAX Development Program consists of several major projects, including the Bradley West project and the Central Utility Plant (CUP) Replacement project. The $1.545 Billion Bradley West project will provide greater capacity to the Tom Bradley International Terminal's west side with new gates to comfortably accommodate passenger loads for new generation aircraft and a great hall for premier dining and retail shopping. It is considered to be the largest public works project in the history of the City of Los Angeles and it will create 4,000 construction related jobs over the course of the four-year project schedule. The $438 Million CUP Replacement project will replace the existing CUP which was built over 50 years ago with a modern and efficient facility capable of handling LAX's current and future utility needs. For more information about these projects, please view the Project Fact Sheets at www.LAXDevelopment.org.

Bradley West Camera 1 Terminal 4 Connector Bradley West  (Complete) Central Utility Plant Camera Time-Lapse Movie

EarthCam Construction Camera

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Stay up-to-date on LAX Airport with views from this construction camera and interactive archive calendar. Select any date and time to see what happened on the construction site that day. Choose your favorite image and share via email, Facebook and Twitter. Watch a time-lapse movie to see all the project progress to date. Images are updated every 15 minutes to provide a fresh look at the jobsite.

EarthCam Webcam Technology

LAX Panorama Time-Lapse Movie