The Los Angeles Times recently reported that RS&H will study the environmental impacts of building a replacement terminal at Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California. The Times said that the scope of work for the $1.2-million environmental review calls for Jacksonville, Florida-based RS&H Inc. to scrutinize two options for a proposed 355,000-square-foot replacement terminal, a third option for a same-size replacement terminal and two “no build” options that assume continued operation out of the existing terminal.

Airport officials have said they want a larger airport with more space, modern amenities, and at a safer distance from the center line of the runway. David Full, AICP, Vice President Aviation – Environmental Service Group Leader for RS&H based in San Francisco said the he looks forward working with airport officials on “a very interesting project.”

Read the full article in the Los Angeles Times here. 

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