John Wayne Airport

John Wayne Airport

Airport Renovation 
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DETAILS

Location, California United States
ClientHPV Construction Managers / Austin Company
Size20 acres

SWA served as landscape architects at the new airport terminal located in urban Orange County. Landscape improvements, totaling 20 acres, consisted of a large open area adjacent to the terminal, and narrow planting areas framing the site. The particular challenge was to create an appropriate image and scale for a civic project of enormous scale, including parking structures measuring a half-mile in length.

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