PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL JETPORT
The new terminal building at The Portland International Jetport, was designed to demonstrate that a publicly-owned building can be sustainable, energy efficient and aesthetically striking.
The facility includes new aircraft gates, a ticketing hall, a baggage handling area, security-screening checkpoints, departure lounges, a concession, and a food court.
Advocating sustainability and energy efficiency in their development plan, Portland International Jetport was the second airport in the United States to achieve LEED Gold Certification
RLB provided construction cost management services for this project to Gensler.
Photographs courtesy of Robert Benson Photography
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