Terminal Building and FIS Facility

C&S was the architect, engineer, and construction manager for a new two-part terminal building at Griffiss International Airport that separates an MRO tenant from the operational aspects of the airport and creates a more aesthetically appealing face to the airport. With a fast-track timeline, C&S completed design in under three months, using BIM to minimize conflicts and enhance coordination between trades. A new 4,200-square-foot Federal Inspection Services facility allows a full-time Customs and Border Patrol agent to be stationed on-site. The building features a central passenger processing area surrounded by support spaces. A 12,500-square-foot terminal houses the FBO and is the main entry for private aviation passengers. Visitors enjoy a large lounge space, café, flight planning room, quiet rooms, and a multi-level theater. Support spaces include FBO management offices, a line room with views to the apron for aircraft care response, offices, a conference room, car rental counter, and flight school with simulator. The buildings support all passenger functions necessary for airline travel and include infrastructure for expansion.

FBO exteriorterminal interiorconference roombreak roomFIS facility
FBO exterior
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