Bishop International Airport

RS&H was retained by the Bishop International Airport Authority in Flint, Michigan to update RS&H’s original Airport Master Plan, prepared in the early 1990s. The current Airport Master Plan Update builds upon the success of the original Master Plan. The current update has paved the way for a new intermodal cargo center serving the diverse cargo needs of the area, two terminal expansions to accommodate rapid passenger growth, auto parking lot expansions, and a new rental car facility. Other projects envisioned in the current Master Plan include reconfiguration and realignment of the airport’s existing general aviation runway to promote a more efficient and safer airfield. RS&H also completed a FAR Part 150 Noise and Land-Use Compatibility Study to eliminate incompatible land uses. RS&H conducted an airport security assessment, performed security and terminal area related planning, and planned an EDS-based, in-line baggage screening system.

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Project Information

Location:
Flint, Michigan

Owner/Client:
Bishop International Airport Authority