Client Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Department of Port Control

Ticketing Lobby Renovation and Exterior Facade

Cleveland, Ohio

The rehabilitation and modernization of the exterior facade and the ticketing hall is designed to provide an improved, efficient, and user-friendly passenger experience at Cleveland Hopkins International. Additionally, the project will improve terminal safety, sustainability, and security.

Approximately 900 lineal feet of the airport’s exterior façade will be modernized and upgraded at both the upper ticketing level and lower baggage level. The project will provide enhancements to the exterior and vestibule lighting; canopy extensions at the terminal entry vestibules and passenger loading and unloading areas along the roadway curb; canopy fascia and ceiling and column cover upgrades; new doorway vestibules; electronic media locations; security CCTV re-installation; replacement of the exterior front window system; and recommendations for terminal curb signage support locations.

The ticketing hall rehabilitation includes installation of new terrazzo flooring throughout the ticketing and security checkpoint areas, ceiling and lighting design improvements, and replacement of wall and column finishes.

At a glance

60,000 SF

Exterior Facade Renovation

Ticketing Hall Renovation


Terrazzo Flooring

Canopy Extensions at the Terminal Entry Vestibules

New Entry Vestibules


Pre-Design Planning

Architectural Design


When it opened in 1925, CLE was the first municipal airport in the country.


Cleveland will be home to the 2016 National Republican Convention.


busiest airport in the US.