Aviation architecture services portfolio


Aviation architecture services portfolio

IntroductionPlan Design EnableAtkins delivers technical excellence and workson the most technically challenging and timecriticalinfrastructure projects in the world.Whether it’s the conceptual planning for anew passenger terminal, the full design for anair traffic control tower, or the improvementof a management process, we plan, design,and enable solutions for our clients.IntroductionAtkins is a multidisciplined engineering, architectural, planning, andconstruction management company. Our mission is to plan, design,and enable successful capital programs for our clients.Atkins is consistently ranked among the top engineering, planning,architecture, sciences, and construction management companies inthe U.S. by Engineering News-Record.Effective management of an airport encompasses a demandingset of responsibilities and challenges. Of these, handling theprocesses involved with obtaining Federal Aviation Administration(FAA) funding and managing the capital improvement programfor development projects represent two of the most difficult. Ofdistinct advantage to our clients is Atkins’ familiarity with FAA grantmanagement and regulations, as well as our established relationshipswith staff at all levels of the agency—from regional Airport DistrictOffices (ADO) to the headquarters office in Washington, DC.Through our many years of aviation consulting experience, Atkinsoffers professional assistance in the following areas:• Writing and submitting funding preapplications and applications forFAA and state grants• Producing and submitting all paperwork and supportingdocumentation required for FAA and state reimbursement• Interfacing with the local agencies that administer airportimprovements funding• Lobbying the FAA on behalf of clients to obtain maximumpassenger facility charge, Airport Improvement Programentitlement, and discretionary funding• Organizing and leading all required meetings related to airportplanning and capital development programsShaping the future of airportsFor over 50 years, Atkins has been working with governmentbodies, local authorities, airport authorities and operators,and construction companies to deliver solutions for an array ofairport projects.Atkins can assist with each phase of planning, designing,and implementing projects. Our vast portfolio includes adiverse range of assignments—from planning new airportsto designing the systems within them to implementing smallalterations or system enhancements.Our expertise and understanding of both airport operationsand the airline industry allow us to develop innovative, costeffective,and workable solutions.Introduction | Aviation services portfolio | 1

Atkins aviation clients• Albert Whitted Airport• Allegheny County Airport Authority• Asheville Regional Airport Authority• Bob Sikes Airport• Dayton International Airport• Georgetown Municipal Airport• Gustavo Rojas Pinilla International Airport• Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport• Joplin Regional Airport• José Aponte de la Torre International Airport• Lone Star Executive Airport• Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport• Metro Detroit International Airport• Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority• Miami-Dade Aviation Department• National Guard• New Haven Regional Airport• Northwest Florida Regional Airport• Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport• Ocala International Airport• Orlando Sanford International Airport• Palm Beach International Airport• Puerto Rico Ports Authority• Reno-Tahoe International Airport• Sarasota Manatee Airport Authority• Sebring Airport Authority• Southwest Florida International Airport• Tampa International Airport• U.S. Air Force• U.S. Army Corps of Engineers• H.E. Rohlsen Airport, St. Croix, USVI• Washington Dulles International Airport• Winter Haven Municipal Airport• Wittman Regional Airport• Worcester Regional AirportIn-house services available toaviation clients• Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)assessment and design• Aircraft rescue and firefighting facility (ARFF)planning and design• Airport/seaport integration planning and design• Air traffic control tower planning and design• Asset management• Automated people mover station design• Baggage screening facility design• Building information modeling (BIM)• Cargo facility planning and design• Civil engineering (landside and airside)• Construction management• Cost estimating• Customs and border protectionfacility (CBP) planning and design• Geographic information systems (GIS)• Hangar planning and design• Interior design• Landscape architecture• Life safety assessment and design• Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP)engineering• Noise mitigation/insulation• Program management• Programming• Support facility design(maintenance and operations)• Security enhancement design• Scheduling• Signage and wayfinding design• Structural engineering• Tenant facility design(airlines, concessionaires, agencies)• Terminal/concourse planning and design• Traffic engineering• Vehicular parking and rental car facility designAtkins recognizes that successful and compelling aviationarchitecture balances efficient, secure, and safe airportoperations with excellent passenger and stakeholderaccommodations, sustainability, and revenue generation.Our architects and engineers are passionately committed toproviding creative, functional, and efficient designs.Atkins serves a broad range of aviation-focused clients,including airports, operators, developers, federal agencies,military installations, and airport authorities. This diversityenables us to fully understand the challenges facing our clients.2 | Aviation services portfolio | IntroductionIntroduction | Aviation services portfolio | 3

Atkins’ North America office network>Alabama• Vestavia HillsArizona• Lake Havasu City• Phoenix• PrescottCalifornia• Los Angeles• Orange• Roseville• Sacramento• San Bernardino• San Diego• San FranciscoColorado• Colorado Springs• DenverFlorida• Bartow• Chipley• DeLand• Fort Lauderdale• Fort Myers• Jacksonville• Melbourne• Miami• Orlando• Panama City• Pensacola• Sarasota• Tallahassee• Tampa(Corporate Headquarters)• West Palm BeachGeorgia• Atlanta• Canton• Marietta• NorcrossKentucky• Florence(Cincinnati area)Louisiana• MetairieMaryland• CalvertonMinnesota• Mendota HeightsMississippi• JacksonMontana• Billings• Bozeman• Helena• MissoulaNebraska• OmahaNevada• Henderson (Las Vegas)• RenoNew Jersey• EdisonNorth Carolina• Charlotte• Lenoir• RaleighOklahoma• NormanOregon• PortlandPennsylvania• Coraopolis(Pittsburgh area)• HarrisburgPuerto Rico• San JuanTennessee• NashvilleTexas• Austin• Beaumont• Dallas• El Paso• Fort Worth• Houston• San Antonio• Tyler• WoodlandsVirginia• Alexandria• Chantilly• Newport News• RichmondWashington• Kirkland• Lynnwood• SeattleWisconsin• MadisonSan FranciscoRosevilleLos AngelesLynnwoodKirklandSeattlePortlandSacramentoSan DiegoRenoSan BernardinoOrangeHendersonAtkins office locationsLake Havasu CityPrescottPhoenixMissoulaHelenaSalt Lake CityBozemanBillingsDenverColorado SpringsEl PasoSan AntonioFort WorthAustinNormanDallasMendotaHeightsOmahaTylerMadisonMetairieThe Woodlands (New Orleans)BeaumontHoustonJacksonNashvillePensacolaCoraopolis, PA (Pittsburgh area)CantonMariettaVestaviaHillsChipleyFlorence, KY(Cincinnati area)NorcrossAtlantaTallahasseeBeltsvilleChantillyAlexandriaLenoirRaleighCharlotteSarasotaFort MyersRichmondColumbiaJacksonvillePanama CityDeLandBeachOcoee OrlandoMelbourneTampaBartowCamp Hill (Harrisburg area)West Palm BeachFort LauderdaleMiamiEdisonNewport NewsSan Juan4 | Aviation services portfolioAviation services portfolio | 5

TerminalsTaiyuan Wusu International Airport, Taiyuan, ChinaCommitted to innovative, functional, and effective terminal designAs the focal point of any airport, the airport passenger terminal must accommodate a diverse arrayof requirements and users. An effective terminal design considers the various flows of passengersand baggage and the needs of distinct user groups including passengers, airlines, airport terminalmanagement, and operations.Atkins’ designs address individual airspace capacity and air traffic control procedures; typical aircraft mix;runway, taxiway, and apron capacity; land access and parking; population catchment area; and customerservice expectations.Atkins professionals have the skills and experience to translate applicable planning issues into optimalterminal designs that satisfy user requirements, and we have been instrumental in planning, designing,and enabling airport facilities—both large and small—around the world.6 | Aviation services portfolio | TerminalsTerminals | Aviation services portfolio | 7

Yinchuan AirportYinchuan, China• 355,209 square feet• Winning entry in a limitedcompetition• Located in the most importantMuslim port in China• Structural frame of theterminal building representsthe pointed arches oftraditional Muslim architecture8 | Aviation services portfolio | TerminalsTerminals | Aviation services portfolio | 9

Winter Haven AirportWinter Haven, Florida• 13,000 square feet• Project involved terminalbuilding, access road,and parking• Designed to satisfy demandover 20-year planning period10 | Aviation services portfolio | TerminalsTerminals | Aviation services portfolio | 11

José Aponte de la TorreInternationalAirport TerminalCeiba, Puerto Rico• 88,208 square feet• Renovation and conversionof former Naval Air Stationinto civilian airport• Design accommodatedAgriculture Inspection andTSA departments• Provided project management,architecture, interiordesign, civil and electricalengineering and highdefinitionlaser surveyTampa International AirportAirside F RenovationsTampa, Florida• Interior refurbishmentof the Airside F facilityarchitectural concrete blockwall system with a newpanelized overlay solution• New complementaryconcourse lightingsolution to correct dimlighting conditions• Improvements are beingimplemented within anoperational terminal12 | Aviation services portfolio | Terminals Terminals | Aviation services portfolio | 13

Taiyuan WusuTaiyuan, China• 592,015 square feet• 45° functional junctionsprovide character and avisual link between theexisting terminal and thenew main building• Open courtyards bringdaylight and fresh air intothe terminal14 | Aviation services portfolio | TerminalsTerminals | Aviation services portfolio | 15

Changsha HuanghuaInternational AirportTerminalChangsha Huanghua, China• 547,901 square feet• By 2015 the airportwill have 15.2 millionannual passengers,5,340 at peak hourHangzhou Xiashan International TerminalHangzhou-Zhejiang, China• 308,398 square feet• By 2015 the airport will have 22.5 millionannual passengers, 7,459 at peak hour16 | Aviation services portfolio | TerminalsTerminals | Aviation services portfolio | 17

Xian XianyangInternational AirportXian, China• 2,906,255 square feet• Approximate passengervolume is 31 million per year• Peak handling capacity is11,150 passengers per hour18 | Aviation services portfolio | TerminalsTerminals | Aviation services portfolio | 19

Luis Muñoz Marín International AirportAircraft Rescue and Firefighting Facility(ARFF)San Juan, Puerto Rico• 18,800 square feet• Incorporates hurricane and seismic designconsiderations• Workshop area with a 5-ton crate for vehiclerepairs and engine removal• Project involved relocation of existingwater pumps and installation of a new fuelpump stationReno-TahoeInternational AirportAircraft Rescue andFirefighting FacilityReno, Nevada• 25,800 square feet• Provided site selection,programming, planning,architectural andengineering design, andconstruction management• Responsible for site selectionprocess, conforming to FAAregulations22 | Aviation services portfolio | ARFFARFF | Aviation services portfolio | 23

SouthwestRegional AirportAircraft Rescue andFirefighting FacilityLee County, Florida• 28,000 square feet• Services included siteplanning, programming,architectural planning,environmental services,and project managementadministration24 | Aviation services portfolio | ARFFARFF | Aviation services portfolio | 25

Air traffic control towersDelivering safe, practical, and cost-effective air trafficcontrol towers that are aesthetically pleasingThe safe, efficient, and cost-effective movement of aircraft is critical to successful airportoperations. Support services, such as those provided from air traffic control and radarapproach control facilities, must be continually operational to provide uncompromisedsafety for pilots and passengers. As such, Atkins fully supports and integrates the criticalrole of these facilities into our air traffic control tower designs.Atkins has an in-depth understanding of airport information technology systems,and our engineers are skilled at resolving IT design and interface issues through thespecification, development, and implementation of highly advanced communicationsand control systems.28 | Aviation services portfolio | Air traffic control towers Air traffic control towers | Aviation services portfolio | 29

Air Traffic Control Tower andRadar Approach Control FacilityGrand Forks Air Force Base, North Dakota• 17,876 square feet• Two-story building housing administrativefunctions, radar equipment, traffic controlsimulator and training area, and acommunications room• Scope included architecture, mechanical,electrical, and plumbing/structuralengineering, fire protection, life safety, andvalue engineering• Air Mobility Command 2011 Design Award30 | Aviation services portfolio | Air traffic control towers Air traffic control towers | Aviation services portfolio | 31

King AbdulazizInternational AirportAir Traffic Control TowerJeddah, Saudi Arabia• 108,754 square feet• Architectural design for thisthree-part project: ATCT,support building, and twotechnical buildings• Designed to accommodatean estimated daily turnoverof 200 peopleAtkins design of the control toweralludes to the crescent moon, asymbol of the Muslim faith. Fiberoptics illuminate the glazed crescentsin an ascending sequence to mimicthe rising crescent moonKing Abdulaziz International AirportWest Support Control TowerJeddah, Saudi Arabia• 15,000 square feet• Provided design services for this support tower• Including design of walkways, parking,landscaping, and all related utilities32 | Aviation services portfolio | Air traffic control towersAir traffic control towers | Aviation services portfolio | 33

Air Traffic Control Towerand Radar ApproachControl FacilityDover Air Force Base, Delaware• 7,800 square feet• Full range of A-E services ledto a $3.1 million cost savingsfor client• Deliverables included earlyrelease package for thefoundations and floorslab, as well as completeconstruction documents,plans, and specifications34 | Aviation services portfolio | Air traffic control towersAir traffic control towers | Aviation services portfolio | 35

Wittman Regional AirportAir Traffic Control TowerOshkosh, Wisconsin• 12,533 square feet• Provided design, bidding,and construction supportservices for a new ATCT andbase building36 | Aviation services portfolio | Air traffic control towersAir traffic control towers | Aviation services portfolio | 37

Albert Whitted AirportAir Traffic Control TowerSt. Petersburg, Florida• 3,057 square feet• 25-foot by 25-foot towershaft that supports an8-sided cab, equipmentrooms, offices, andbreakroom• Ground floor housestelecommunications andelectrical roomsLone Star Executive AirportAir Traffic Control TowerConroe, Texas• 4,307 square feet• Design-bid-build project included siting,conceptual and final design, biddingsupport, construction administration, andrecord drawing review• Additional services included coordinationwith the FAA to obtain a “shout” line and amultipoint, ring-down line to communicatewith Austin approach control38 | Aviation services portfolio | Air traffic control towers Air traffic control towers | Aviation services portfolio | 39

Support facilitiesPalm Beach International Airport emergency operations facility, West Palm Beach, FloridaKeeping the airport business moving forwardAtkins’ top priority is to ensure our clients’ success. For airports, this includes providingsupport for a demanding set of responsibilities and challenges—from baggage handlingto passenger ground transportation to equipment maintenance and storage.Through close coordination and collaboration with airport clients, we determine specificgoals and objectives for each support facility. We then draw upon our decades of aviationconsulting expertise to develop effective programming and design documents that willfully support end user needs.Understanding that safety is a primary consideration for both airport employees andtravelers, our building designs comply with applicable codes while promoting comfort andease of use. We are also committed to the incorporate of sustainable design componentsin an economical manner that does not compromise facility operations.40 | Aviation services portfolio | Support facilitiesSupport facilities | Aviation services portfolio | 41

Luke Air Force BaseF-35 Squad OperationsMaricopa County, Arizona• 23,123 square feet• Work was completed in 65 working daysand within budget• F-35 Fighter Aircraft was new at the timeof this project, so training and operationalfacilities had not yet been created• Developed conceptual design documents anda rough order of magnitude cost estimate• Deliverables included a basic floor planschematic, three preliminary elevations, andan architectural renderingBritish Airways World Cargo CentreLondon, United Kingdom• 909,550 square feet• Cladding is radar-absorbent and buildingfaçade is designed to deflect radar• Mechanical cargo handling can distributeone million tons of freight per year42 | Aviation services portfolio | Support facilitiesSupport facilities | Aviation services portfolio | 43

Benton Rudolph, AIA, NCARBBuildings Practice ManagerArchitecture813.281.7602benton.rudolph@atkinsglobal.comShad Shafie, PEArchitecture Engineering210.321.2016shad.shafie@atkinsglobal.comDarryl McDonald, AIA, LEED APAviation Architecture Market Leader813.281.7606darryl.mcdonald@atkinsglobal.comFran Boettcher, AIA, LEED AP BD+CLeisure Market Leader407.806.4192fran.boettcher@atkinsglobal.comVince Briones, PE, LEED AP BD+CSustainable Building Design512.342.3241vincent.briones@atkinsglobal.comChuck Croslin, AIA, NCARB, IDHigher Education ArchitectureMarket Leader512.372.1240chuck.croslin@atkinsglobal.comLarry Levis, AIAPorts Architecture Market Leader305.414.3383larry.levis@atkinsglobal.comGreg Wilk, AIAFederal Architecture Market Leader972.588.3223greg.wilk@atkinsglobal.comGary Wingo, RA, LEED AP BD+CTransit Architecture Market Leader407.806.4566gary.wingo@atkinsglobal.com44 | Aviation services portfolio03005 | PL | 12© 2012 Atkins North America, Inc.

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