The project team includes local firms The Miller Hull Partnership, Guy F Atkinson Construction, LLC, KPFF Consulting Engineers, and Madsen, Kneppers & Associates, Inc. (MKA); the Seattle office of Arup; and European bridge design specialists Schlaich Bergermann und Partner (SBP).
SOM and Clark Construction have previously worked together as design-build partners on over 20 projects across the US.
Scheduled to open in late 2019, the renovation project will add a new US Customs and Border Protection passenger processing area adjacent to the existing concourse A.
Sea-Tac Airport is the fastest growing of the top 20 US airports and was the 13th busiest passenger in 2014.
By building a new International Arrivals Facility, Sea-Tac operator, the Port of Seattle, is striving to increase its capacity to accommodate present and future international travel growth.
It also hopes the new facilities will help provide a world-class traveller experience that will help make Sea-Tac a preferred West Coast hub.