Owen Roberts International Airport
RS&H was the lead planner, architect, and engineer on a Cayman Islands Team to renovate and expand the existing passenger terminal. The planning effort analyzed the existing facility to determine improvements and facility needs for the future. The planning provided a 40 year expansion plan with phased implementation. RS&H provided the architectural and engineering design services for immediate improvements that will triple the size of the existing terminal and modify the mostly single-level terminal into a full two-story terminal with upper level passenger holding and new boarding bridges. Future expansions will further expand the check-in areas and provide additional holding rooms and boarding bridges. In addition, RS&H was retained to develop an Airport Master Plan Update to address long-standing airport deficiencies and to develop a phased implementation plan for improvements. Recommendations included a new parallel taxiway to be developed in stages and the eventual relocation of general aviation facilities.