The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by ADCI to provide architectural design consulting services for renovations to the Air France Club at Washington Dulles International Airport.
The Division of Aviation and the City of Philadelphia commissioned The Sheward Partnership to expand and renovate the existing Terminal F, operated by American Airlines. This $150 million project included a new and expanded Security Screening Checkpoint within the Ticketing building and the conversion of an existing non-secure corridor to a Secure Connector between Terminals E and F.
The Division of Aviation and the City of Philadelphia commissioned The Sheward Partnership to expand and renovate the existing Terminal F. The Sheward Partnership was the Architect of Record for the original Terminal F design completed in 2001. The $125 million expansion includes a new $42 million Baggage Claim Building which anticipates LEED Silver certification. The task also involves a $30 million improvement to the Terminal Building, including inline baggage screening, an expanded security checkpoint and new public toilet rooms.
The Division of Aviation and the City of Philadelphia commissioned The Sheward Partnership to expand the existing Terminal F. The Sheward Partnership was the Architect of Record for the original Terminal F design completed in 2001. The first task under the $125 million expansion was a renovation and expansion of the existing Terminal F Hub. The project enlarged food and retail concession space by 20,000 square feet and it is projected to increase concession offerings by 150%. The new Hub also provides expanded vestibules for added shuttle capacity and a new information desk and centralized flight information display.
American Airlines Ground Service Equipment Maintenance Building at Philadelphia International Airport
The Sheward Partnership was commissioned by American Airlines to design the new ground service equipment building. The building houses a fully-equipped vehicle repair shop and a newly established parts distribution center. The design emphasizes operational efficiency, enhances the work environment, and addresses building and airfield security requirements. The new building also included administrative and support space for 100 employees and will have a 16,500 square foot storage and distribution facility with 2 receiving bays and automated part storage. The Sheward Partnership also served as the LEED and Sustainability Consultant. The project achieved LEED Silver certification under the LEED for New Construction v2.2 Rating System, making it the first LEED certified building at Philadelphia International Airport.
American Airlines and the City of Philadelphia commissioned The Sheward Partnership to prepare a comprehensive design followed by construction documentation and construction phase services for a new 38-gate aircraft regional terminal. The design, which encompasses 190,000 square feet and 35 acres, has a construction cost of $99 million. The Sheward Partnership is responsible for coordinating the activities of sixteen subconsultants with design specialties in roadways, aprons, hydrant fueling, baggage handling systems, elevator and escalator systems, and security systems.
The Sheward Partnership provided full architectural services to the Susquehanna Area Regional Airport Authority (SARAA) for its Capital Improvement Program. To increase flight capacity, efficiency of operations, security and passenger service, SARAA launched an ambitious building program. Included are the extension of the existing internal loop road, expansion of the airfield apron, erection of a new Terminal Building, an intermodal transportation center and a train station to be operated by AMTRAK. All buildings are linked by climate-controlled pedestrian bridges. These improvements promise to position Harrisburg International Airport for a growing share of the air travel market.
The Sheward Partnership completed a design task in response to a request for professional design services. The new Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) is an excellent opportunity to provide an iconic design symbol that is easily distinguishable and immediately recognizable as a BWI Marshall landmark. A strong contextual solution for this new ATCT references the architectural expression of surrounding structures and forms. Strong consistent contextual themes include the expression of glass and structural steel present throughout all Terminals at BWI Marshall as well as the strong sculptural vertical rhythm of the circulation towers of the daily parking garage.