Hopkinsville/Christian County Airport
The Hopkinsville / Christian County Airport Terminal is a 4,615 sq. ft. building with the energy of a Metropolitan airport. Natural daylight compliments the modern design elements expressed through fresh colors, woods, stone, and pattern repetition creating a feeling of movement in a comfortable interior.
The project utilized a total building design approach which included an interior design package, furniture selection, and installation.
Russellville/Logan County Airport
Russellville / Logan County Airport 3,907 sq. ft. terminal building is a result of a statewide revitalization program targeting the aviation community. Funding for this project was in large part, provided by state allocations.
The exterior uniqueness of this facility reflects the Craftsman style through the use of tapered half columns, stone veneer, and slate style roof. The interior also follows in this style through the use of wood ceilings, tile floors, and exposed wood beams.
The building provides a noticeable visual presence, without competing with the natural surroundings of the area.
Muhlenberg County Airport
Greenville, KY — 3,267 sq. ft.
Fulton County Airport
Fulton, KY — 2,332 sq. ft.
Marion/Crittenden County Airport
Budget limitations determined the design criteria for the Marion / Crittenden County Airport. The first of two phases included design for both phases and construction of the larger space (12,000 sq.ft.) and office shell.
Phase 2 was the office build out of 2,000 sq. ft. which took only 17 weeks to complete, partially due to the design and planning developed in Phase 1.