San Francisco International next week will reopen a rebuilt Terminal 2, which served as the airport's international terminal until its closure in 2000 when SFO's current international facility opened. Built in 1954, T2 has undergone a $383 million renovation started in 2008 through a design-build partnership between Gensler and Turner Construction. From April 14 it will serve as a domestic terminal housing American Airlines and San Francisco-based Virgin America. The facility is ...

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