Charles M. Schulz Sonoma County Airport Terminal Expansion

The Charles M. Schulz- Sonoma County Airport is the sixth fastest growing airport in the nation. To keep up with this growth, the Airport determined there was a need to expand the existing terminal in order to accommodate increases in airline traffic. Presently the Airport is in the final stages of the design phase of a terminal modernization project, which will include 33,000 square feet of new terminal construction and renovation of 7,000 square feet of the existing terminal. Improvements include enlarging security lines to improve passenger traffic flow, expanding commercial airline hold room capacity, relocating the Travel Security Administration (TSA) security screening area to expedite passenger processing, redesign of the baggage carousel to improve the customer experience, and completing an overall modernization of the terminal facility. This modernization project will help to accommodate the rapid growth in passenger enplanements.

Due to the complexities and time constraints of the terminal project, the Airport determined that the Construction Management at-Risk (CMAR) delivery method provides the greatest opportunity for the project’s success and presents the best value for the County. In September of 2019, the Airport selected Q&D Construction as their CMAR and the Airport’s board later approved them to move ahead with the preconstruction phase of the project as part of the team alongside the designers and Airport.

Project Overview

Location
Santa Rosa, CA

Designer
Mead & Hunt

Delivery Method
CMAR

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