May 13, 2021
This morning, May 13, 2021, key leaders of our aviation design and engineering practice were honored to present on the topic of “Modern Solutions of Multiple Construction Types” for airports as well as for developments supporting or surrounding airports. We presented to representatives of Poland’s proposed Solidary Transport Hub as well as members of the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw and U.S. Commercial Service in Poland.
Our presentation was hosted by Epstein’s director of architecture, Ed Curley, AIA, our senior project manager, Laura Rebbe, AIA, and our director of engineering, Tom Smiles, PE. Throughout the presentation, they discussed modular construction and off-site construction methods as well as how we’ve solved design challenges of multiple construction types for supporting airport facilities, immediate airport surroundings, developments in the broader region, and recent mixed-use developments.
Thanks go out to the Solidary Transport Hub, U.S. Embassy and U.S. Commercial Service for this wonderful opportunity to present our capabilities and discuss these very important aviation industry topics.
Since the dawn of commercial flight, Epstein has been a major contributor to the growth of commercial aviation. Since the 1930’s, we have designed, engineered and delivered entirely new airports, terminals and concourses, security halls, concessions programs, baggage systems, runways/taxiways, and power generator facilities, among many others.