This issue outlines strategies for keeping your airport healthy — structural, operational and financial checkups that can provide a prescription for success.
With so many busy terminals approaching middle age, how do airports and airlines keep them operational while still giving them the much-needed upgrades they need to meet the demands of an increasingly demanding public?
An airport operations center (AOC) improves collaborative decision making for airport operators by enabling command and control in a single location.
Information gathered now can help postpone or even prevent costly delays, repairs and replacements by giving personnel the data they need to make the right decisions, when and where they're needed.
Airports already provide transportation that is efficient, affordable, safe and convenient. They also can be sustainable.
With more than 30 comprehensive energy master plans developed in the past decade for clients including airports, universities, and hospitals, the Burns & McDonnell master planning team works to optimize future energy infrastructure investment.
Commissioning (Cx) a building is like a person going to the doctor for a checkup.
When the subject is airport health, one could make the argument that facility/utility operation and maintenance (O&M) is the equivalent of diet and exercise.
Timely repairs, renovations and replacements are essential for keeping people, products and planes on the move safely, efficiently and effectively.
An airport's fueling system is analogous to a person's circulatory system. Fuel is the lifeblood supplied to aircraft.