Architectural, engineering and geospatial consultancy firm Woolpert has been contracted by the Government of American Samoa, Department of Port Authority, to assess, plan and design a new airport terminal at Pago Pago International Airport (PPG) in the United States. American Samoa.

Woolpert has also partnered with airport terminal architecture firm Corgan and local engineering consultancy PPG Consultants. The company will use a VLX mobile mapping building scanner as part of its reality capture for the existing structure and utilities to produce accurate as-built drawings. These will be used to assess what can be conserved and reconstructed. According to Woolpert, the existing PPG terminal has limitations due to its regional geography. It was also built over 50 years ago and has been extended several times to meet the changing needs of the region and industry.

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