Together with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Bergen County and FEMA, Holt Construction completed a temporary hospital in just two weeks within Paramus, NJ. The two fully-equipped tents, the first of its kind for Army Corps temporary facility construction standards, serve as a treatment facility for acute, non-COVID related patients due to the influx of COVID-positive patients in the main building. The temporary hospital serves an additional 100 patients total and is located in a large parking lot adjacent to the medical center’s main building with a covered walkway linking the two facilities.
The project required a massive expansion and densification for the new Admirals Club which would accommodate space for American’s rising influx of guests. An open lobby design breaks into a quiet room, conference room, eating and seating area where guests can relax and dine from one of the largest ever built kitchens within the airport to date. In addition to the passenger area, private showers, restrooms, employee offices and substantial back-of-house storage was constructed to meet the date of the MassPort Terminal B Optimization Project’s opening. A full-service bar and children’s area, designed by Universal Studios, was constructed in addition to sophisticated ring lighting, wood, stone and glass finishes and multiple USB outlets built into the seating. The entire project required the demolition of over 4,000 sq. ft. of unused space and over 10,000 sq. ft. of renovations to the existing Club.
13,500 sq. ft.