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Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) Delta Air Lines Terminal A Redevelopment

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Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) Delta Air Lines Terminal A Redevelopment

  • Boston Logan International Airport was the first airport terminal in the world to receive LEED® certification. To help meet the client's goal, Skanska reused, recycled or diverted waste from landfills, totaling 75 percent of the construction waste, and ensured 10 percent of all materials used were recycled products. (Photo credit: Jeff Adams)

Redevelopment of Delta Air Lines Terminal A at Boston Logan International Airport included a new 371,905-square foot main terminal; 289,375-SF satellite concourse; and 25,200-SF passenger tunnel connecting the main terminal with the satellite concourse, as well as terminal link bridges. Skanska also demolished the existing Terminal A structure and constructed new landside access and egress roads. In addition to the new vehicle circulation patterns, new airside aprons, utility upgrades, an underground fuel system and other facility improvements were included in the scope of work. This project was the first airport terminal in the world to receive LEED® certification. Redevelopment of Delta Air Lines Terminal A at Boston Logan International Airport included a new 371,905-square foot main terminal; 289,375-SF satellite concourse; and 25,200-SF passenger tunnel connecting the main terminal with the satellite concourse, as well as terminal link bridges. Skanska also demolished the existing Terminal A structure and constructed new landside access and egress roads. In addition to the new vehicle circulation patterns, new airside aprons, utility upgrades, an underground fuel system and other facility improvements were included in the scope of work. This project was the first airport terminal in the world to receive LEED® certification. Redevelopment of Delta Air Lines Terminal A at Boston Logan International Airport included a new 371,905-square foot main terminal; 289,375-SF satellite concourse; and 25,200-SF passenger tunnel connecting the main terminal with the satellite concourse, as well as terminal link bridges. Skanska also demolished the existing Terminal A structure and constructed new landside access and egress roads. In addition to the new vehicle circulation patterns, new airside aprons, utility upgrades, an underground fuel system and other facility improvements were included in the scope of work. This project was the first airport terminal in the world to receive LEED® certification.

Contacts

Kerim Evin
Regional Executive Officer
Boston, Massachusetts

Facts

Service: Construction
Mark segment: Building
Start date: 2002
Completion date: 2005
Clients: Delta Air Lines
Country: United States
City: Boston
Project status: Completed