Los Angeles Airport to Build a Central Utility Plant

18 November 2009 (Last Updated November 18th, 2009 18:30)

Los Angeles International Airport in the US plans to build a $580m central utility plant to provide a new heating and cooling system for the airport. The new utility plant will replace the existing outdated system and will offer a fuel-efficient way to control temperature at the airpor

Los Angeles International Airport in the US plans to build a $580m central utility plant to provide a new heating and cooling system for the airport.

The new utility plant will replace the existing outdated system and will offer a fuel-efficient way to control temperature at the airport.

The project will be funded through airline rates and fees, and is scheduled for completion in 2013.