Directors approved Tuesday a resolution to initiate professional design services for a new John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH) terminal with global architecture, design and planning firm Gensler.
For the project, Gensler has partnered with Moody Nolan, a Columbus-based design firm that recently won the prestigious AIA Architecture Firm of the Year award in 2021.
“We were delighted to receive many strong proposals from the world’s top design firms,” Joseph R. Nardone, CRAA President and CEO, said. “Gensler with Moody Nolan not only brings the most experience and skill, but the highest level of participation with local and diverse business partners. Together with our talented CRAA team we are well-positioned to execute this initial phase of planning.”
The existing terminal, which opened in 1958, is reaching the end of its useful life, according to the CRAA.
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