March Inland Port Terminal Building
C&S designed a general aviation terminal building to accommodate growing public aviation demand at March Inland Port. The new 5,100-square-foot general building includes offices to accommodate airport operations and management personnel, a conference area, lobby/lounge area, restroom facilities, pilot lounge, and mechanical/electrical/janitorial/storage areas.
C&S was the architect and engineer for the terminal, providing structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and site/civil services. The project also included a new landside main access road and parking lot and wet and dry utilities for the terminal and future hangars. C&S also worked with the Joint Powers Authority to obtain commission approval and identify a feasible interior flow for this service building. The project features:
- Two 10,000-square-foot graded pads for future conventional hangars
- Above-ground aviation gasoline fuel storage tank located within the existing fuel storage facility.
- 1,300 linear feet of new security fencing.
- 12-foot-wide service and emergency access road.
- 30-foot-wide access road encompassing 25,500 square feet of pavement.
- 9,500-square-foot auto parking lot.
- Demolition of an abandoned building in a designated GA area.
- Drainage improvements, including a half-acre detention basin and 331-foot underground storm drain system.
C&S also supported in assisting with the construction coordination for the fixed based operator, which included setting up a new operations area, a food and beverage service area, and a passanger holding room.