Philadelphia International Airport
Philadelphia International Airport Restroom Renovations and Improvements
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The Chief Operating Officer of the Airport’s goals

were to renovate restrooms to improve visual qualities and comfort for travelers, as well as to increase water effciency for facilities that averaged approximately 7,000 fushes per day. 

Restroom upgrades at the airport include the planning and design of dynamic new layouts, fnishes, custom millwork and increasedenergy effciency for the four sets of restrooms in Terminals B and C concourse. Kelly/Maiello led the project that includes sustainable design elements, such as low flow fixtures to increase water effciency, LED light fixtures with daylight and occupancy sensing, increased ventilation and use of re-cycled content. Artwork by local artists on the concourse facing walls orients passengers to entrances and enlivens the concourse. 

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Photo/Image credits:  Halkin | Mason Photography