- FIRM PROFILE
Under Construction: Modernization of the Terminal Building, including the exterior façade, full size canopies between the North and South sides of the terminal that extend to the parking decks, building entries, ceilings, LED lighting and controls, HVAC air distribution systems, fire alarm and fire suppression systems, power to electronic signage,
Architect: LS3P Associates Ltd.
Associate Architect: Giuliani Associates Architects, Inc.
Addition of a new terminal building and concourse to Myrtle Beach International Airport, including five new gates, concession space for shopping and dining, flight and baggage information display systems, ticket counters, baggage claim carousels, airline offices, and TSA passenger and baggage screening. The addition also includes a shared use passenger processing system for ticket counters and gates, and an automated baggage handling system within the terminal on the apron level.
Joint Venture: Pierce Goodwin Alexander & Linville, Inc.; R.L. Brown & Associates, Inc.; Walter P Moore
A customer service center and automated people mover station, as well as the site electrical and security systems for the Consolidated Rental Car Facility serving ten rental car companies. The overall project includes two parking decks for 8,800 cars totaling 2,800,000 square feet, fueling facilities with 140 gas dispensers, wash facilities with thirty bays, and surface parking.
Associate Architect: Wittenberg, Delony & Davidson, Inc.
A 9,400 square foot westward expansion of the Landside Terminal Building including a baggage carousel, a baggage tunnel, rental car counters, offices, and 2,600 square feet of shell space designated for future administrative space. Additionally, a 13,830 square foot extension of the East Ticketing Hall and a 2,500 square foot expansion to the security checkpoint. Of this, 10,080 square feet is located on the First Floor and is used for ticketing, baggage equipment, and baggage scanners.
Audio-visual, security and communications systems for the Terminal C expansion at John Wayne Airport. The building includes six commercial passenger gates and related amenities including concessions dispersed throughout the terminal. Systems in the building include access control and digital video surveillance systems, voice and data cable testing, telephone system expansion, wireless network, common use terminal equipment, common use self-service kiosk devices, airport information display systems, 800 MHz radio systems, and paging systems with ambient noise compensation.
Renovation of the Delta Air Lines T7 Sky Club. Renovations include the kitchen, full-service bar,
A customer service center and automated people mover station, as well as the site electrical and
Under Construction: Modernization of the Terminal Building, including the exterior façade, full
Under Construction: Renovation of Gate F3, concourse facilities, and the Federal Inspection Station
Multiple projects for the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport including modifications
A two phase expansion of the Baggage Handling System for Delta Air Lines at Hartsfield-Jackson
The Airside 4 Terminal Building includes twenty-five jet and sixteen regional aircraft parking
An addition to the terminal complex consisting of a 1,400,000 square foot landside expansion and a
Audio-visual, security and communications systems for the Terminal C expansion at John Wayne
A four gate terminal including two jet service gates plus carrier/commuter gates, lounges, ticketing