RS&H participated in the groundbreaking ceremony for the new passenger terminal building at San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport in San Luis Obispo, California. The event was very well attended by the local community and was held in conjunction with the airport’s air show.
RS&H designed the new terminal building as a single-story, 50,000-square-foot facility that will feature an open-air courtyard between the landside and airside portions of the terminal. This feature takes full advantage of the area’s climate and surrounding scenery. The airport has the unique distinction of being surrounded on three sides by vineyards in a region renowned for the quality of its wine and the scale of its viticulture industry.
Additionally, we presented a token of celebration to airport staff for the project. Our team prepared two custom label wine bottles with small version labels of the commemorative frames and presented them to Kevin Bumen, Airport General Manger, and Craig Piper, Assistant General Manager. The bottles are vintage 2015 to celebrate the groundbreaking and to be opened in 2017 once the terminal is completed.
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