McCarthy served as a major subcontractor on the construction of the new Terminal D at DFW Airport. McCarthy performed on two major construction packages. The first was a two-level elevated roadway system to provide access for arriving and departing passengers at Terminal D, and two-level addition to Parking Garage at Terminal D. The elevated road sections were designed using a post-tension system of both multi-strand and mono-strand cables.
McCarthy also constructed two four-story concrete tram stations and 2,500 lineal feet of elevated concrete super structure for the Skylink Automated People Mover System at Terminals D, E, and F. The elevated rail sections were 60 feet above grade and all concrete was cast in place. McCarthy self-performed cast-in-place columns, elevated bridge structures, and all concrete work.