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Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport Terminal F
Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport was the fourth-busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic in 2020. The primary international airport for the DFW metroplex, it is also the largest hub for American Airlines. To facilitate future growth, DFW International Airport is working with American Airlines to further expand by adding Terminal F, including up to 24 more gates.
Atrium Health is expanding its Pineville, NC, hospital with an additional 236,000-square-foot, eight-story tower and 38 new acute-care beds. A portion of this project has already been constructed using modular panels, incorporating 40,000 square feet of PermaBASE® Cement Board and Gold Bond® eXP® Sheathing. The thin brick method using PermaBASE saved time and labor costs versus the traditional cement bed method over exterior glass mat sheathing. According to Eddie Neel, PermaBASE marketing manager: “The majority of the exterior panels of the hospital were installed within 30 days.”
Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters Behavioral Health Tower
Scheduled to open in January 2022, the new 14-story pediatric behavioral health tower for Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters (CHKD) in Norfolk, VA, will include inpatient and outpatient services, primary and specialty clinics and room for additional beds in the future.
As growth in uptown Charlotte continues to surge, southern neighborhood SouthPark is now being dubbed “the second downtown.” AC Marriott helps reinforce that vision. This hotel features SouthPark’s first rooftop bar and 162-room “European-inspired” rooms on eight floors. Clad in stone, brick, tile and metal, it blends with the area’s lush tree canopy while exuding metropolitan style.
Opened in May 2020, Aloft St. Louis Cortex is conveniently located in the city’s 200-acre Cortex Innovation technology hub. This 32,000-square-foot, boutique-style hotel is five stories with 129 rooms. The rooms feature 9-foot ceilings and a loft-inspired interior. Marketed as “different by design,” Aloft caters to today’s modern traveler who is tech savvy and enjoys a vibrant social scene at an affordable price.