HOK Selected to Design New Concourse D Holdroom at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
HOK and The Walsh Group are collaborating as the design-build team for the new $24 million Concourse D Holdroom at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
The temporary, 32,400-sq.-ft. facility will include up to seven gates for transport to the existing hardstand. The design-build project is scheduled to be substantially complete in the summer of 2018.
The two-story facility will include holding areas, circulation areas, minor concessions, restrooms and vertical circulation with sloped walkways and stairs. The architectural style and finishes of the building addition will complement the existing Gina Marie Lindsay Arrivals Hall and Concourse A.
The new Concourse D Holdroom Building will incorporate technology to facilitate efficient movement for passengers throughout the facility. The project will include development and implementation of both static and dynamic signage. Wayfinding will include technologically advanced systems, as well as traditional signage applications, providing information that clearly guides the public through the new and integrated facilities.
The building will be designed and constructed using sustainable practices and materials in order to achieve LEED Silver certification.
The design-build team includes The Walsh Group as the design-builder and HOK as the lead architect, along with Lund Opsahl, LLC, Osborn Consulting, Inc., Hart Crowser, Casne Engineering and Notkin Mechanical Engineers.