Tag: transportation flooring

NTMA Honor Awards: Cleveland Hopkins International Airport

With more than 11 million visitors a year, the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport serves as the first and last impression of the city to many. To establish Cleveland as the artistic and culturally diverse metropolitan that it is, the CLE Art Program was created. The project transformed the airport into a local art gallery. Like […]

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There’s Nothing Normal About Uptown Station

You’d be wrong to refer to Uptown Station in Normal, Ill., as a train station. Yes, it is the second-busiest Amtrak station in Illinois, right behind Chicago, servicing more than 200,000 passengers a year. But it is also a centralized hub for those traveling via plane, bus, car, and bike. It’s also the town of […]

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Terrazzo Adds Class to Tinley Park Metra Station

When the City of Tinley Park, IL, and Metra, a commuter rail system, planned to redevelop the city’s 80th Avenue station in grand style, Legat Architects specified terrazzo flooring. “We wanted to reflect the grand era of train travel,” said architect Ted Haug. “It’s a reflection of city pride.” Entry into the stand-out station is […]

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Terrazzo Helps Travelers Go with the Flow

Airports are typically filled with stressed-out travelers frazzled by delays, lines and security. RS&H Architecture, the architects of the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport terminal, hired SKP Design to help alleviate some of that stress. Their solution was terrazzo. Sondra Phillips, owner of SKP, oversaw the terrazzo river design that now stretches along the second floor bridge […]

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