The ATL Skypointe Reimagined programme will revitalise over 300,000 sq ft of airport concessions space at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL).


The multiphased, multiyear programme will refresh food, beverage, retail, and service offerings throughout ATL. This transformation will provide customers with an array of culinary and retail options and expand opportunities for businesses interested in working at the world’s busiest airport.

“We are excited to see progression with our robust concessions project, ATL Skypointe Reimagined,” said airport general manager Balram “B” Bheodari. “As we revitalise our concessions programme, our goal is to elevate the passenger journey and leave a lasting impression of ATL as the gateway, not only to the world, but to remarkable experiences.”

“Our primary goal is to ensure fairness and transparency in the procurement process,” said City of Atlanta chief procurement officer Jaideep Majumdar. “Through an open, fair, and competitive process, we welcome new opportunities to partner with the supplier community as we cultivate a vibrant marketplace that offers a selection of culinary and retail options for ATL travellers.”


Phase II solicitation

ATL Skypointe Reimagined is currently in the final stages of the Phase II solicitation, which consists of 12 locations divided into two packages, covering approximately 20,200 sq ft across concourses B, C, E, and F. Award decisions are anticipated in the coming days. Phase III is comprised of four packages covering 45,000 sq ft and will be open for competitive proposals this autumn. The final phase, Phase IV, consists of six packages totalling 40,000 sq ft.

To prepare for the release of Phases III and IV, the Airport will host ATL Airport Concessions Outreach on Thursday, August 10, at the Georgia International Convention Center. Prospective business operators will receive an overview of the upcoming phases and hear briefings from the Department of Procurement, Office of Contract Compliance, and the Office of Enterprise Risk Management.

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