The Fly Angle, Episode 16: Designing Great Airports

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In This Episode: 

Architecture and design fans, this episode’s for you. Our resident architect guru Jaymes Carter stops by the podcast studio to talk about what goes into planning, designing and constructing airport terminals, customs stations and other aviation facilities. Meanwhile, co-hosts Mary Griffith and Jake Potter dive into an RDU history lesson, and cover the newly-relaxed testing requirements for re-entering the U.S. from international flights. 

Episode Guest: 

Jaymes Carter is vice president of buildings and building systems at Raleigh-Durham International Airport, where he leads RDU’s architecture and design efforts for terminals, parking facilities and other airport structures. A 25-year industry veteran, Carter’s work spans from state and higher education facilities to industrial, commercial and public/private projects. 

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