Menemsha Builds New Restaurant Concepts for LAX’s Renovated Tom Bradley International Terminal
Los Angeles, California – June 11, 2013 – Menemsha Solutions, a leading provider of retail development services, is currently overseeing dozens of projects for HMS Host and Star Concessions at the newly renovated Tom Bradley International Terminal. The revitalization in the terminal includes the grand hall, high-end shops, and new eateries. “It’s great to be a part of such an iconic renovation at LAX and have the opportunity to work with the new restaurant concepts coming to the terminal,” states John Diagle, CEO at Menemsha Solutions.
The public is invited to LAX Appreciation Day between 9 a.m. and 6.p.m on June 22 to tour the new terminal, restaurants, shops, and the grand central hall. For more information visit http://laxappreciationday.com
About Menemsha Solutions
Menemsha Solutions is a national survey/design/build firm specializing in high-volume programs for the full retail spectrum including banking, big box, c-stores, grocery, hospitality, restaurant, and specialty retail. Services include architectural design, prototype design and branding, brand & market analysis, production design, value engineering, permit expediting & entitlement, 3D modeling & animation, Laser2CAD as-built surveys, ADA compliance assessments, acquisition inspections, general contracting, open-store roll-outs, in-house procurement & estimating departments, and more.
Menemsha’s multidisciplinary approach creates a synergy for shared knowledge and best practices. Founded in 1992, Menemsha Solutions is headquartered in Los Angeles and Boston with resources across the country. www.menemshasolutions.com
About Tom Bradley International Terminal
The Tom Bradley International Terminal opened for the 1984 Summer Olympic Games and is named in honor of Tom Bradley, the first African-American and longest serving (20 years) mayor of Los Angeles, and champion of LAX. The terminal is located at the west end of the passenger terminal area between Terminals 3 and 4. Tom Bradley International Terminal hosts 27 airlines, and handles 10 million passengers per year.
On February 22, 2010, construction began on the $1.5 billion Bradley West project, part of the multi-year $4.11 billion LAX improvement and redevelopment projects. The project will add over 1,250,000 square feet of shops, restaurants, and passenger lounges, as well as new security screening, customs and immigration, and baggage claim facilities. The terminal’s existing two concourses were demolished and replaced with a larger pair featuring eighteen gates, nine of which will be able to accommodate the larger A380.
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