RFP: Renovation of Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson Airport domestic terminal

Back when the Atlanta (Georgia) airport opened its doors in 1980 as the “midfield terminal,” the name of the game was function over form. The style of the building lacked the flash of other airports of the time because it was built to be a utilitarian workhorse.

Despite numerous expansions and some new artwork here and there, the domestic terminal still looks much like the concrete box it was built as 35 years ago.

The City of Atlanta has released a Request For Proposals to update the domestic terminal and underground tunnels connecting the original midfield concourses.

See article about RFP + image credit.

Download RFP (PDF).

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