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William E. Amorde Airport Terminal

William E. Amorde Airport Terminal

The City of Superior along with the Wisconsin Bureau of Aeronautics (BOA) embarked on a plan to build a new airport terminal which would update their existing terminal which is in the existing hangar. Krech Ojard & Associates, along with RS&H helped the City of Superior bring their ideas to fruition starting in 2009.

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WILLIAM E. AMORDE AIRPORT TERMINAL

Krech Ojard & Associated developed the William E. Amorde Airport Terminal  facility in collaboration with the City of Superior,  the Wisconsin Bureau of Aeronautics (BOA) and RS&H.This new terminal would update their existing terminal which is in the existing hangar. Krech Ojard & Associates helped the City of Superior bring their ideas to fruition starting in 2009.

The new William E. Amorde Airport Terminal is located adjacent to the existing airport hangar in Superior, Wisconsin. The structure for the building is steel form with metal stud infill. On the north side of the building, a utility brick veneer is used to tie the new building in with the existing building. The remainder of the facility is wrapped in zinc siding which gives the facility a contemporary look. The zinc is also a product that is 100% recyclable, and can be reformed into its original state.

The interiors of the William E. Amorde Airport Terminal encompass a waiting area, offices, a kitchenette, pilot’s area, a conference room, public restrooms, and a map room. The design plans for the future expansion of a new hangar building. This 5,888 sf building uses low maintenance materials such as colored concrete and stone countertops.





Services Provided Architecture Structural Engineering
Client
City of Superior
Location
Superior, Wisconsin
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