JACKSON AIRPORT – Carney Logan Burke, as the Associate Architect, collaborated with Gensler on the 110,000-square-foot, two-phase renovation and expansion of the existing airport in Grand Teton National Park. The heart of the project was the move from a previously clustered building into an open, functional, well-lit space that retained the region’s character. Moreover, sustainable strategies and materials were featured throughout: low-flow plumbing fixtures, recycled materials, Forest Stewardship Council certified timber, and low-emitting paints and carpets, culminating in a LEED Silver rating. Photo by Matthew Millman.  Photo 12 of 16 in Naturally Modern

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JACKSON AIRPORT – Carney Logan Burke, as the Associate Architect, collaborated with Gensler on the 110,000-square-foot, two-phase renovation and expansion of the existing airport in Grand Teton National Park. The heart of the project was the move from a previously clustered building into an open, functional, well-lit space that retained the region’s character. Moreover, sustainable strategies and materials were featured throughout: low-flow plumbing fixtures, recycled materials, Forest Stewardship Council certified timber, and low-emitting paints and carpets, culminating in a LEED Silver rating. Photo by Matthew Millman.

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