Gallery: A First Look at Pittsburgh Airport’s Planned $1.4B TerminalLinda Blachly
Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) has revealed renderings of plans for its $1.4 billion Terminal Modernization Program, and will break ground in fall 2021.
Construction is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2024, with opening in early 2025.
Key design features of the new terminal and parking facilities are centered on elements of nature and sustainability, technology and innovation.
Airlines signaled their support for the project by signing a new seven-year operating agreement that allows the Airport Authority to secure long-term bond financing to build the 700,000-sq. ft. terminal. The new terminal consolidates ticketing, security checkpoints, baggage claim, and a multi-modal complex that includes a new 3,300-space parking garage, rental car facilities, parking lots and roadways.
Renderings courtesy of Gensler + HDR in association with luis vidal + architects.