San Francisco International Airport — Terminal Building Phase 1

1,400,000 sq. ft.
San Francisco, CA
The San Francisco International Airport’s (SFO) newest renovation projects involved updating its Harvey Milk Terminal 1, which was among the oldest ones. So, the modernized facility would feature passenger circulation space with access to the aircraft gates, over 20 gates containing holding rooms for domestic and international flights, a state-of-the-art ticketing lobby, passenger loading bridges, and concession spaces. Apart from incorporating next-generation building systems, the particular 3-stories project can anticipate the potential leads in traffic and pays attention to future aviation trends and the rising sea levels’ influence. As the facility is true to the local region’s values, SFO’s Terminal 1 is the first terminal worldwide to achieve LEED Platinum status. During this project, the biggest challenge for VEC experts was to balance seamless airport operations and ensure long-term improvements, particularly considering the scale.
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