The Gerald R. Ford International Airport is requesting proposals for a permanent hanging art installation to be displayed in the newly expanded Concourse A.
Located above the four terrazzo flooring art installations, the suspended art will be intentionally visible from many angles, creating a sense of circulation. The piece will be enhanced by a clerestory space, allowing natural daylight to intensify its features.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport unveiled its new Elevate website to provide users with the most up-to-date information on the projects included in its capital expansion program. The newly designed site offers visitors an interactive and visually appealing way to learn about the Ford International Airport’s plans to modernize and enhance the guest experience through diverse infrastructure improvement projects.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport will receive $8,687,870 from U.S. DOT’s Airport Terminal Grant Program, made possible by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, or BIL, to support the addition of eight new passenger boarding bridges on its new state-of-the-art expanded Concourse A.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport today raised a ceremonial beam to celebrate its $110 million expansion of Concourse A to accommodate passenger growth.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport’s terminal apron reconstruction and expansion project has received the American Society of Civil Engineers Michigan Section’s outstanding civil engineering certificate of merit.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport’s terminal apron reconstruction and expansion project has received the American Council of Engineering Companies’ 2021 Engineering Merit Award.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport today broke ground on Phase I of a new federal inspection station, which will ultimately allow the Airport to support nonstop international commercial passenger flights.
The Gerald R. Ford International Airport Authority Board today announced Project Elevate, a three-development expansion of Ford Airport that begins with a $90 million extension of Concourse A to accommodate projected passenger growth over the next 20 years.