Plans underway for NextGen aviation research buildings
July 14, 2010, 06:00 pm
Work is underway for the NextGen aviation research park, reports the New Jersey-based Press of Atlantic City.
After an extensive architectural search, executive director of the South Jersey Economic Development District Gordon Dahl told the paper that the first building is slated for completion by next summer.
Dahl told the paper that the firm Environetics was selected because of the way they are "designing buildings that are workable for its tenants." He continued on to say that "with over $5 billion in contracts awarded over the last three months for the NextGen project, with more to come in the fall, we need to have the very best, nationally if not internationally, to show corporate clients."
The architects told the paper that the new buildings are designed to offer a more social setting where people can easily walk from one building to the other.
The potential benefits to NextGen cannot be underestimated. NextGen is part of the government's plans toenhance the country's air travel system. America's air transportation system will benefit through increased safety, efficiency and capacity through the program.
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