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Sacramento County Airport Systems
Interiors, New Construction
316,000 sq. ft., 1-Stories
As part of the Sacramento Terminal Modernization project, the Turner/Flatiron joint venture completed the Design-Build, 316,000 sq. ft. Central Terminal B Airside Concourse, which consisted of a 19-gate passenger concourse with an international arrivals facility. The international arrivals facility included a Federal Inspection Station with a dedicated international baggage carousel and customs detention space. The concourse prioritizes the travel experience and boasts a curved stainless steel roof, with a combination of exposed structural steel and wood ceilings, stainless steel column covers, terrazzo floors, and clerestory windows for daylighting.
The Sacramento International Airport Terminal project is LEED-NC Silver Certified. Sustainable building practices were a top priority for the project. The sustainable features incorporated into the design include an abundance of natural lighting, which included shading and reflection features to control the heat. Also, multiple recycled materials were utilized including steel, flooring from recycled building materials, and additional salvaged materials from area demolition.