SFIA Building 575
- Location: San Francisco, CA
- Role: Civil Engineer
- Agency: San Francisco International Airport
- Final Cost: $14,700,000.00
- Client: Kwan Henmi Architects
This project is the renovation of the Building 575 in the San Francisco International Airport. This building was occupied by United Airlines but it is now home to Airport Commission Employees working in IT, Aviation Management, Parking Management, Revenue Development and Management, Finance, and Accounting. Also joining the Airport staff in the building is the Airport Liaison Office. This building is LEED Gold certified.
TECI scope includes: Reconfiguring existing on-site parking (limited to lot in front of B575), pavement restoration and ADA accessible pathways from parking lot to existing building and from B575 to terminal.