As the new International Arrivals Facility at Sea-Tac International Airport nears completion, Passenger Terminal World magazine provides an inside look at the project, designed to create a sense of place and immediately connect arriving passengers to the surrounding Pacific Northwest landscape.
Structure Magazine, a German-language publication by DETAIL, features the new aerial walkway at Sea-Tac International Airport in the March 2020 issue. Recently installed, the walkway connects the soon-to-be completed International Arrivals Facility to the airport’s existing South Satellite terminal.
A major milestone was reached at Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) Airport’s new International Arrivals Facility in January. The long-awaited center span of a massive aerial walkway was moved down the airport’s center runway and lifted into place, setting the record for the longest structure over an active taxi lane in the world, coming in at 780 feet long.
The new International Arrivals Facility (IAF) at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is highlighted in the July issue of Architectural Record magazine. Designed by SOM in collaboration with Miller Hull, the IAF is one of six major aviation projects that will soon be ready at airports around the globe.
The main hall of the International Arrivals Facility at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport topped out in December 2018. The event marks the latest milestone for the most complex capital development project in the airport's history.
A model of the expanded International Arrivals Facility at Seattle-Tacoma Airport (Sea-Tac) will be featured in the Seattle Architecture Foundation's 20th Annual Architectural Model Exhibit. SOM is the lead designer and architect of record for the expanded facility at Sea-Tac.
SOM and Clark Construction Group have been selected to lead the design-build team for Seattle-Tacoma International Airport’s International Arrivals Facility. Team members include The Miller Hull Partnership, Guy F. Atkinson Construction, LLC, and Schlaich Bergermann und Partner, among others.