Westfield Announces Competitive Evaluation Process for LAX Terminal 3 Project

Nov. 22, 2016

Westfield has announced the Competitive Evaluation Process (CEP) for dining and retail opportunities inside Terminal 3 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), seeking proposals for the development of a multi-unit quick service food court, a bar, two travel essentials kiosk/wall shops and one specialty retail unit.

The Terminal 3 CEP is part of the transformation being spearheaded by Los Angeles World Airports and Westfield, and the broader, ongoing transformation of all of LAX.

“This is just the beginning of our improvements to Terminal 3 and a long-term partnership with Delta,” said Keith Kaplan, Westfield’s vice president at LAX. “We’re excited to commence the installation of superior concessions in the terminal. Working together we’ll provide more options and an enhanced customer experience to satisfy the millions of travelers who come through Terminal 3 each year.”

CEP proposals are due at noon PT Feb. 8. Winners will be announced in February. Interested parties may click here to access all related documents.

In partnership with the city of Los Angeles and Los Angeles World Airports, Westfield is transforming the customer experience at LAX terminals 1, 2, 3, 6 and Tom Bradley International Terminal. To improve satisfaction and drive sales, Westfield is crafting a unique design at each terminal tailored to meet customer needs.