Honolulu International Airport (HNL) - Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting Facility Improvements
Honolulu International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the United States, required expanded aircraft rescue and fire fighting station (ARFF) facilities to make room for new ARFF trucks, as well as facility improvements to make the existing space safer and more functional. LEO A DALY provided full architectural and engineering services for the improvements to ARFF Station No. 2. Phase I included a geotechnical survey and approximately 16,000-SF of new asphaltic concrete pavement to connect the ARFF facility to Taxiway RA. Phase II included a hazardous material survey of the existing building, the addition of a new 5,700-SF, 3-bay apparatus bay and watch room, equipment and suits storage, the addition of a personnel fitness room, modifications to the ventilation system, and related electrical work.
At a glance
16,000 SF of Pavement
New Connection from Facility to Taxiway
Equipment and Suits Storage
of the asphaltic concrete used in this project is recyclable.
HNL airport is the midst of a $2.3 billion renovation to improve security, safety, capacity, and efficiency.
Million passengers go through Honolulu International Airport every year.