Original midfield terminal architect: Airport’s $1.1 billion modernization ‘doesn’t make sense’

Mark Belko | Monday, April 15, 2019, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The architect behind the midfield terminal is urging Pittsburgh International Airport leadership to abandon a $1.1 billion modernization plan, arguing that the project is unnecessary and could end up costing even more than expected.

In an open letter to the Allegheny County Airport Authority, Tasso Katselas has raised a series of concerns about the project, which would involve closing the existing landside building and erecting a new one to handle ticketing, security, and baggage claim.

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