Denver International Airport has unveiled the conceptual design of the new train station and plaza that is the key project of its $650 million South Terminal Redevelopment Program.
The programme, which also includes a “signature” rail bridge and a new 500-room hotel and conference centre connected to Jeppesen Terminal, is expected to create more than 6,600 jobs and is scheduled for completion in 2016.
A new parking structure and renovations to the Jeppesen Terminal Great Hall are planned in a possible second $250 million phase development programme.
“With the addition of the rail connection to our city core and the terminal hotel, we will truly be competitive with major international airports worldwide,” says aviation manager Kim Day. The design complements the existing iconic architecture and provides an enhanced passenger experience while improving the connectivity for passengers and employees alike.