SAN DIEGO, Calif. – Swinerton has topped out the new Terminal 2 Parking Plaza at San Diego International Airport in California.
Swinerton team members from Orange County, Los Angeles and San Diego partnered with Watry Design and Gensler as a Design-Build team to deliver the new parking plaza, which will serve as one of the gateways to the airport.
The project site is just over eleven acres in size, and the three-story Parking Plaza will be almost one million square feet in total parking structure area, containing over 2,900 parking spaces. The Parking Plaza project also includes offsite improvements consisting of parking lot reconfigurations, utility relocations and connection into the existing airport campus. Construction began last summer and is expected to complete in spring 2018.
The Parking Plaza is designed to provide a fast, safe and convenient traveler experience, with easy vehicle circulation and state-of-the-art parking guidance systems that will direct customers quickly to the nearest available open space. The plaza is also environmentally sustainable, with extensive natural lighting, energy-efficient fixtures and a stormwater re-use system that captures and treats rainwater for use in the airport’s central utility plant.
Photo courtesy of Swinerton Incorporated.