General Aviation Facility

Terminal Boston Logan Airport


  • Massport
  • Port Authority of Massachusetts


  • Chan Krieger Sieniewicz
  • Shinkel Shultz
  • Klopfer Martin Design Group
  • Christian Phillips Photography

Work completed at Chan Krieger Sieniewicz.


  • 2009 Merit Award in Design, Boston Society of Landscape Architects
  • 2008 Honor Award, Boston Society of Architects
  • 2007 Merit Award in Design, AIA New England

The Challenge

Located on the periphery of the airport grounds, the former brownfield site was defined by a ten foot high concrete blast wall and surrounded by surface parking and service facilities. The previous structure had no naturalized areas or sense of arrival.


The terminal is setback to form a landscaped plaza. A wood liner masks the blast wall and connects the exterior to the interior waiting lounge.

The Results

The 22,000 square feet LEED-certified General Aviation Facility opened in 2007. All public areas provide panoramic views towards the runway.

Runway elevation sketch

Site Plan