Gallery: Gensler’s Portland International Jetport Lands LEED Gold Certi...

 
“This project is a critical step forward for the Jetport and will usher in a new level of service and efficiency for our nearly 1.8 million annual passengers,” says Jetport Director Paul Bradbury. “The new terminal with its clean lines, intuitive wayfinding, is a model for passenger efficiency and user friendliness, yet it still provides a distinctive sense of place. From the expansive wood structure to the granite finishes, it proclaims loudly its roots in Portland and the great state of Maine.”

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  1. moto electric June 13, 2012 at 9:35 am

    What a great green project! Kudos to the City Of Portland for its foresight in incorporating sustainability into its project.

    Electric vehicles can help with attaining LEED ratings. In an airport setting, this could include electric parking lot shuttles, electric pullers and trailers for baggage handling, small electric trucks for maintenance applications and electric security vehicles.

    While the “green-ness” of electric vehicles is at least partially dependent on the source of the electricity used to charge them, they still produce no exhaust emissions, are quiet (reducing noise pollution) and economical to operate.

    Something to consider for future projects…

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