General contractor Clark designed and constructed the 450,000 square-foot International Arrivals Facility (IAF) at the Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) Airport. The project will feature an elevated sterile corridor, raised nearly 32 feet above the apron level, and will house gates A3-A14 and approximately 45,000 square feet of floor space. The project team also will design and construct an “iconic” bridge, which will span 780 linear feet over the existing taxi lane, connecting the South Satellite Terminal to the IAF.
WaterTectonics provided a complete WaveIonics electrocoagulation (EC) system for the landslide that discharged to storm and multiple pHATBox pH adjustment systems and sand filter systems for the air side discharge to the Port of Seattle’s system. In addition, WaterTectonics provided a temporary, on-site environmental compliance officer.