The design for the terminal renovation and new plaza at Nashville International (BNA) has been unveiled by the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority.
Through a virtual reality simulation, interested parties can view the final plans for the terminal and plaza at www.bnavision.com. “Using high-tech video, virtual reality and 3-D modeling, the Airport Authority brings BNA Vision alive in a realistic and accessible fashion, providing the public with an intimate understanding of Nashville’s airport of the future,” the airport said.
The design has come together over the past year, following the July 2016 announcement of the airport’s preliminary plan. Architecture and design firm Corgan is the lead designer on the project.
“At Nashville International Airport, we are dedicated to creating a travel environment that reflects our city—warm and welcoming, friendly and accessible,” said Doug Kreulen, the airport authority’s acting president and CEO. “With passenger traffic continuing at a record clip, it is critical that we keep pace with our passengers’ needs for safety, convenience, amenities and new nonstop service. We believe BNA Vision addresses the challenges of our growing region, transforms the airport and helps connect Nashville to the world and the world to Nashville.”