Officials at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport opened a new facilities administration building Monday, which is part of a $2.7 million expansion project.
Dave Edwards, president and CEO of GSP airport, along with representatives involved in the planning and construction, held a ribbon-cutting to open the new 5,000-square-foot building that houses offices, a training room, locker rooms, a break room and a library.
The expansion also included a 6,400-square-foot equipment storage building and the relocation of the fuel farm, which provides fuel for airfield maintenance equipment and airline ground service equipment.
WK Dickson led the project design team, with support by DP3. Seamon Whiteside served as civil engineer. Other local firms involved include Peritus Engineers for mechanical and plumbing, Burdette Engineering for electrical engineering and Michael Simpson and Associates for structural engineering. The general contractor for the project was Mavin Construction.