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November 14, 2016
Delta Air Lines has opened a second Sky Club at Sea-Tac Airport.
The $23.5 million project is 23,400 square feet one of the largest of the airlineâ€™s 51 clubs worldwide, with seating for more than 400 people on two levels.
It has work areas, a commercial kitchen, bar and food service, restrooms and a spa. There are power and data outlets near seating, and six shower suites for international travelers. High-backed seats called "hush pods" provide space for private conversations.
A 30-foot high window wall offers a view of the tarmac and Mount Rainier through View Dynamic Glass, which automatically adjusts tinting to reduce glare and energy use.
The club was built above a baggage handling facility and transit tunnel, which remained open during construction.
Owner: Delta Air Lines
General contractor: PCL Construction
Architect: ECH Architecture
Structural engineer: KPFF
Mechanical engineer: Mazzetti
Electrical engineer: Elcon
Subcontractors: Evergreen Power Systems, Holmberg Co., Red Hawk Fire Protection, Metals Fabrication Co., Architectural Elements, Lacey Glass, Cobra Building Envelope Contractors, Performance Contracting, Mehrer Drywall, Washington Commercial Painters, Burke Gibson, Great Floors and Bargreen Ellingson
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