Denver International Airport (DEN), the U.S.’s largest airport, and one of world’s busiest, recently opened its new Concourse A-West, built to reach the goal of increasing the airport’s overall gate capacity by 30 percent, and expanding the annual traffic to the airport to 100 million within the next decade.
Noel Bryan, with almost 30 years of professional experience in architecture, operations management, and business development, has joined global architecture and design firm Perkins Eastman as principal and director of business operations.
Architectural firm, Clayton Korte, and hospitality management company, New Waterloo, have designed Albert Hotel in Fredericksburg, Texas, to pay tribute to the legendary Texan preservationist architect Albert Keidel.
Adolfson & Peterson Construction (AP) utilized indigenous Texan Lueders limestone to reduce transport-related emissions in constructing the 9,906 m2 (106,622-sf) headquarters of The Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) of America in Frisco, Texas.
While designing Mya, a mixed-use development in Salt Lake City, Utah, architect EskewDumezRipple had to adapt and integrate three different facades serving different purposes to respond to an odd-shaped lot.
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