Enid Woodring Airport Terminal Building
Enid Woodring’s terminal building was more than 40 years old and had exceeded it’s useful lifespan and presented both operational and efficiency challenges for the airport and its patrons. The airport successfully secured grant funding for a new terminal building to enhance the service and experience at Woodring Airport.
CEC, as a long-time engineering consultant for the airport, was engaged to design a new 6,500SF terminal building to replace the aged facility. CEC provided survey, civil engineering, MEP engineering, and structural engineering along with architecture via GH2 Architects. FAA airspacing was required along with phased construction to maintain operation of the existing facility.
The attractive new facility includes wonderful views to the flightline, a full restaurant, pilot and passenger lounges, a hardened safe area, and supporting utilities, parking, and pedestrian access.