While a project architect at Corgan Associates' New York office, Mr.Elias responsible for two phases of the eight-phase, $150 million renovation of and additions to the British Airways terminal at JFK.
For the addition of the Concorde lounge, Mr. Elias coordinated with the office of Sir Terence Conran in London, interpreting the design intent of Conran's office to create many of the custom design features for the lounge.
For the new parking structure and roadway realignment, Corgan Associates was the architectural consultant to the Arup Group. Among other elements of this phase, Mr. Elias designed the pedestrian walkway devices and structures that connect the terminal building and parking structure.
Location/ New York, NY
Status/ Built in 1998
Role/ Project Architect
Cost/ approx. $12,000,000