Springerville Airport Terminal Building
C&S designed a new 4,300-square-foot terminal building for Springerville Municipal Airport, including programmatic planning, architectural, MEP design site civil design, and constructability review. The design for this public use facility creates an inviting entrance and outdoor gathering space for public aviation airport users and the local flying community. C&S developed practical and sustainable design elements for this region that contributed to the project’s environmental, social, and economic goals. The new facility has a lower impact on the environment, showcases local resources, and costs the town less to own and operate than a conventionally designed facility. The terminal building complements architecture found in the region, maintaining the character of the town and surrounding environment. The interior features a wooden open-beam ceiling and elements that reflect a Northern White Mountain style. The design for this public-use facility also creates an inviting entrance and outdoor gathering space for public aviation airport users and the local flying community.