• Charlottesville Airport Renovation - Martin Horn

This was the Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport’s first major renovation in 20 years. Martin Horn enlarged the terminal to accommodate a new baggage handling system and upgraded the existing architectural finishes and mechanical and electrical systems. We also constructed a new public safety office. Key Martin Horn employees were security cleared and given badges for project access, and we supervised non cleared personnel at all times. The airport remained fully operational throughout this renovation.

PROJECT START:  September 2005
PROJECT SIZE:
82,089 SF
PROJECT DURATION:
11 months
CONTRACT VALUE: 
$3,441,237
PROJECT MANAGER:
Rockwell Moulton
SUPERINTENDENT:  
Tim Patronik
ESTIMATOR: 
Doug Horn
OWNER:
Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport Authority
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ONTACT:
Bryan O. Elliott
ARCHITECT:
 Gresham Smith and Partners
CONTACT:
Wilson P. Rayfield

 

At Martin Horn, the health and safety of our partners, team members, and community always comes first. It is this belief that continues to guide our actions, as we navigate the quickly evolving Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Martin Horn is closely monitoring guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), and other government (federal and local) entities in real-time to inform operational decisions that safeguard the well-being of our partners and team members, alike. 

 

Due to the rapidly evolving landscape of this pandemic, this policy is subject (and likely) to change. To see the most up-to-date version of this policy, see the link below.

Martin Horn COVID-19 Policy