LAX’s New Tom Bradley Terminal Receives LEED Gold Standard

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), the Pacific gateway to the United States, has achieved LEED Gold certification for its new Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT), the crown jewel of the Bradley West renovation. This makes the 1.25-million-square-foot facility the largest LEED Gold airport terminal in the United States. Designed by Fentress Architects, TBIT is not only sustainable, it is America’s most technologically-advanced airport to date.

In the press release by the architects who designed the Tom Bradley terminal expansion, they detail some of the projects’ most notable aspects:

The interior of the terminal contains “more than 12,000-square-feet of LED tiles and hundreds of LCD screens” to entertain travelers.The project includes

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