EXP was recently selected by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for two different air traffic control tower projects. The new air traffic control towers are at the Greenville Spartanburg International Airport in South Carolina and the Grand Forks International Airport in North Dakota. EXP will be the prime architect and engineer for all disciplines on both projects and will be involved in a simultaneous contract to develop an air traffic control tower prototype that can be constructed nationwide.
The two air traffic control towers will be a continuation of EXP’s strong relationship with the FAA. “We are very excited at the opportunity to continue our relationship with the FAA in developing two towers simultaneously in two very different climates. The fact that FAA has engaged us in both projects demonstrates a trusted partnership built through prior successful projects,” said Senior Vice President, Building & Industry Jefrey Jakalski.
EXP is proud to work alongside the FAA to deliver large-scale aviation projects. “We’re very excited to continue developing our aviation practice by providing diverse projects like runways and taxiways, terminal renovations and air traffic control towers,” said Director of Aviation Stephen Elrod.
Learn more about EXP’s expertise in aviation here.