Three preliminary design concepts for a replacement passenger terminal have been shown to California’s Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority.
Commissioners attending a Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority (BGPAA) meeting were shown the concepts by a representative of Corgan, which is providing architectural services for the project, known as Elevate BUR.
The firm is part of the project’s design-build team: Holder, Pankow, TEC Joint Venture (HPTJV).
The renderings for each concept – the Century, the Icon, and the Paseo – include the terminal’s entry approach; entry plaza; baggage claim hall; gate lounges; and post-security area. Starting the week of March 13, the design concepts will be on display within the airport terminals, at the city halls of Burbank, Glendale, and Pasadena, and at the public libraries in the city of Burbank. A QR code will also be available for the community to share feedback on the designs.
At a public hearing on April 17, the BGPAA Commission will vote on the final design concept. Voters in the City of Burbank approved the replacement terminal in 2016. It will be located in the northeast quadrant of Hollywood Burbank Airport. The 355,000 sq ft facility will have 14 gates and will resolve long-standing safety and accessibility issues with the current terminal, according to the airport authority.
Images: Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority