This story was originally published in Transportation & Logistics International
By JIM HARRIS| tlimagazine.com
“Passengers to St. Louis Lambert International Airport have seen a number of changes there in recent years. Between 2008 to 2014, the airport underwent a $70 million modernization and renovation of its Terminal 1, built in 1956. The project included renovating concourses and updating building systems including lights, floors, ceilings and signs.
In addition to creating a better all-around experience, the renovation gave passengers a much better since of place than they had previously. “We redesigned the terminal because we felt there was a disconnect from the region; no one really knew what city they were in when they were here,” Director of Airports Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge says…”Read More