Main Terminal Rehabilitation
The first terminal modernization since 1991, the rehabilitation project at Columbus Airport reconfigured existing spaces and updated building systems to ensure operational efficiency for today’s airport environment. The renovated terminal includes updated interior designs with architectural enhancements, material upgrades, modern visual accents, and a new signage system for improved wayfinding. The new wayfinding signs incorporate a curved aluminum accent with a wood powder coat application, and layered 3form acrylic to emulate the curvature of the Chattahoochee River that also inspired architectural features such as the curved wall in the Ticketing Lobby. Additionally, color themes were selected to complement the natural tones and blue waters of the region that are also reflected in finishes throughout the terminal building.