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LAX Completes First Phase of its $1.5 Billion Terminal

LAX Completes First Phase of its $1.5 Billion Terminal
LAX Completes First Phase of its $1.5 Billion Terminal, © Fentress Architects
© Fentress Architects

Phase 1 of the new Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX, the largest public works project in the history of Los Angeles, has been completed. The new airport, designed by Fentress Architects to be a LEED-certified landmark for the city, will feature a flowing, ocean-inspired roofline, a three-story,150,000-square-foot Great Hall, and one of the most advanced multimedia Integrated Environmental Media Systems (IEMS) in the world. The $1.5 billion project has been funded solely from LAX’s operating revenues, without public funds.

Cite: Vanessa Quirk. "LAX Completes First Phase of its $1.5 Billion Terminal" 20 Jun 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <http://www.archdaily.com/391827/lax-completes-first-phase-of-its-1-5-billion-terminal/>