Sunday, September 18, 2011

Santiago Calatrava Pulls Out of Denver Airport Expansion Project

Last summer, Denver International Airport officials announced, with great fanfare, the selection of Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava to design a $650 million expansion, including a 500-room hotel, public plaza, and commuter-rail station. Now, just one year later, Calatrava is walking away from the project.
In a letter obtained by the Denver Post, Calatrava’s wife and business manager, Robertina, cited “financial constraints, unnecessary time delays, and deep divisions” between Calatrava’s design team, DIA, and Parsons Transportation Group, which is collaborating on the expansion project.


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