The three-level, 275,000 square-foot, 12 gate terminal facility was opened for air traffic in 1994. With numerous skylights and large windows, the airport has provided travelers with panoramic views of Pikes Peak and the Colorado’s Front Range for over a quarter century.
We collaborated with our partners at HB&A Architects to revitalize the ticket counters, bathrooms, and other public spaces throughout the airport. Timelines were accelerated during the planning phase when a fire erupted overnight on the roof, causing extensive smoke, water, and fire damage throughout the main terminal.
Technology, signage, and convenience features were updated throughout the terminal. Modern signage was added to the lobby bathrooms, and filtered water bottle fill stations were installed.