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Zyscovich has been making people places for over four decades For 44 years, Zyscovich has worked on a variety of projects for both the public and private sectors, which compose a portfolio with a wide range of areas of expertise including our transportation practice with a specialty in aviation and rail. The Zyscovich Aviation practice has planned and designed over 6 million SF of airport facilities and focuses on a comprehensive design strategy that integrates multi-functional components, long-term strategic planning, and specific contextual concerns. Several of the firm’s projects have involved modifications and improvements to existing airport terminals for utilization optimization and enhanced future flexibility. Our in-house design team members have all worked on a number of previous airside and landside airport improvements and have developed highlyeffective management procedures to ensure the lowest possible impact to the ongoing operations of airports.

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EL DORADO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT P3 DEVELOPMENT/RETAIL Bogotá, Colombia In addition to improving the intrinsic limitations of a 50 year old terminal, the design of the phased replacement, 34gate domestic and international terminals substantially improved the passenger experience, the terminal’s commercial and logistical aspects, and provided for more efficient hub operation. The project was accomplished in two phases, precisely planned so that operations and capacity were never interrupted. The New Terminal includes separate international and domestic gates, with commercial and duty free areas, immigration and customs facilities, offices, airline support spaces, and independent landside facilities.

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FONTAINEBLEAU AVIATION FIXED BASE OPERATIONS HANGAR Opa-locka, FL Zyscovich provided programming, interior design and architectural design services for a new Fixed Base Operations hangar at Opa-locka Executive Airport that will serve private jet operations and charter flights. With a strong focus on service and operational efficiency, this new facility includes a private pilot suite, customer service, line service, a catering zone, a passenger lounge with a conference room, a retail shop, a cafe and administrative support areas. Airside design components include provisions for aircraft movement and parking with a covered passenger loading zone for aircraft and a 30,000 SF maintenance hangar with adjacent leasable office space.

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FORT LAUDERDALEHOLLYWOOD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (FLL) NEW TERMINAL 4 Fort Lauderdale, FL Zyscovich, in a joint venture, created a concept design for a new international terminal at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. As the client’s needs changed substantially after the initial programming effort, the project was redesigned as a substantial addition to the existing Terminal 4 that will provide an internal pre-security connection to the existing Terminal 3, greater efficiency and flexibility of the international operations, 14 international swing gates, a new international concourse and new offices for the Broward County Aviation Department. Phase I of the project is now complete and open for operations, with Phase II under construction.

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BROWARD COUNTY AVIATION DEPARTMENT OFFICES Fort Lauderdale, FL The relocated BCAD offices’ new work environment is planned to optimize daylight and views to all occupants; to create an efficient, comfortable, and productive work environment; to provide active spaces that promote interaction and communication; and to present the department with minimal maintenance demand through the use of responsible yet creative lighting, material, and product selections. An atrium space has been introduced at the heart of the operation to provide for additional natural light to penetrate to the interior and to functionally provide for an efficient, multi-purpose waiting area, conference pre-function space, lobby, lounge and central circulation zone. The concepts of efficient circulation, multi-use spaces, and transparency are reinforced throughout the design to not only serve the programmatic goals of the client, but to provide a welcoming, comfortable and productive work environment.

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AIRPORT CITY AT MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (MIA) Miami, FL Zyscovich is the lead architect and planner proposing 40 acres of new development at Miami International Airport. The proposed development is in response to Miami-Dade Aviation Department’s request to study the feasibility of such development and propose a revenue generating solution that will benefit the Aviation Department and Miami-Dade County. The Airport City development includes a new four and a half star, 433-room hotel with an active retail complex and a conference center, a 25-acre office development with a new MIC-MIA Station, and a service plaza with a gas/service station and convenience retail. These elements, together with the existing airport terminal and the new public transit extension into the airport culminate to create our vision of a landmark urban center for Miami-Dade County.

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HARTSFIELDJACKSON ATLANTA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE PLANNING Atlanta, GA

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NEW EL DORADO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CARGO FACILITY Bogotá, Colombia Zyscovich was responsible for the concept design of a new International Cargo Facility at El Dorado International Airport. The new terminal consists of 36,000 m2 (387,500 SF) of staging, processing, receiving/loading and office space necessary to process international cargo. The new international cargo facility was designed as flexible space available for multi-tenant use with 80 loading docks and seven or more airplane parking positions. Designed to be constructed in two phases, the facility will be able to immediately accommodate the relocation of the existing cargo operation while providing flexibility for the larger future operation.

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BROWARD COLLEGE AVIATION HANGAR Pembroke Pines, FL The project consisted of the creation of a comprehensive Design Criteria Package for a hangar addition, site work, and minor renovations for the existing Broward College South Campus, Building 99. The double height, one-story addition includes new program spaces for the aviation program totaling approximately 16,000 SF. The renovations to the existing building include minor modifications to the interior spaces to meet new program requirements and a partial replacement of the mechanical, electrical, lighting, plumbing, and fire protection systems.

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GREETERS LOBBY TERMINAL E-F MODIFICATIONS AT MIA Miami, FL This portion of the Miami International Airport was originally built in 1947 as a section of the original building. Untouched since, it required a complete renovation in addition to various systems modifications. Foremost were the relocation of the entire airport phone and data connections from this floor to another site and replacement of the concrete barriers that divided international arriving passengers from their crowds of greeters. The design of the original lobby was standard, industrial, and totally devoid of reference to its subtropical location. Zyscovich introduced a palette of rich and colorful materials, including terrazzo flooring, mosaic tile murals, and colored glass. The rectilinear regimen of the original floor plan was turned into a sea of curvilinear design motifs and elements.

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ANR ROBINSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT PLANNING SERVICES & RENOVATIONS Tobago, West Indies Zyscovich provided terminal planning services to assist the Airport Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (AATT) and stakeholders in evaluating how the current improvements may be leveraged for a future airport expansion, including the production of preliminary site development plans, phasing plans and identification of non-aeronautical revenue opportunities. To alleviate severe over-capacity for ANRRIA’s international operations, Zyscovich presented a solution to renovate and expand interior spaces without adding square footage by reorganizing tenant spaces, combining support space to create better efficiency, and renovating and relocating concession spaces.

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BAGGAGE HANDLING SYSTEMS AT MIA Miami, FL Zyscovich provided Miami International Airport full-time on-site management to oversee the design and installation of the Gate Delivery Baggage System for the North Terminal Development Program at Miami International Airport. The complex system is comprised of more than nine miles of installed conveyor belt. The inbound system services both domestic and international operations and consists of standard and odd-size conveyors, ten sloped plate international claim devices, seven flat plate domestic claim devices, and odd-sized slides to accommodate oversized baggage. The outbound system consists of take-away belts at the ticket counters, curbside inputs, odd-size conveyors, recheck accommodations, security screening matrices, manual encoding, a primary sortation matrix, high-speed mainlines, sort piers, and makeup devices spread throughout the facility, adjacent to the aircraft gates.

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AMERICAN AIRLINES NEW CARGO BUILDING CONCEPT DESIGN Miami, FL Concept design of multiple design options for a new American Airlines Cargo Terminal to consolidate cargo operations wherein Cargo and PPS Freight will be handled in a new facility with improved handling efficiencies. The objectives of a streamlined, organized terminal with the potential for utilizing state of the industry systems and equipment were analyzed and proposed for development. The Cargo Terminal design incorporates stateof-the-art operations for cargo handing, PPS, scanning, pre-pack inbound and outbound bypass, cooler rooms, and operations offices. The terminal will also maintain comparative operations for landside truck staging and docking, airside dolly and cart staging and operations, maintenance, auto shop, gas fueling and car parking capabilities.

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NEW FEDERAL INSPECTION SERVICES AT FLL Fort Lauderdale, FL Zyscovich, in a Joint Venture, completed project management and architectural design services for the International Arrivals Building (FIS facility) at FLL. This project was completed as a fast track project that included substantial renovations, expansion and introduction of a baggage re-check facility. Additional queuing space and inspection booths were added to the FIS hall, while an additional baggage claim device and passenger waiting area were incorporated into the customs baggage claim area on the first floor. A new re-check facility was constructed to expedite the connection process for international travelers. This project included baggage conveyor work, ticket counter installation, office construction and intensive phasing, all while keeping the existing facility operational.

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AESTHETIC DESIGN CRITERIA MANUAL AT FLL Fort Lauderdale, FL Zyscovich, with two joint venture partners, was selected by Broward County to ensure that all future facilities are developed in an integrated manner consistent with the overall desired image for the airport. The instrument for the implementation of this integrated airport image is the Design Criteria Manual (DCM). The collective result of historical and contextual studies represented in the DCM reveal the design values and expressive qualities that inform the design proposals for the airport. A series of project recommendations were made to enhance the passenger experience, aesthetically integrate the exterior components of the airport, and provide a contextual architecture. The DCM defines the standards and product quality level expected for all future projects. The design standards address functionality, building scale and materials, lighting, public art, and coordination with other airport guidelines, such as landscape and signage.

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AIRPORT GRAPHICS AND SIGNAGE GUIDELINE MANUAL AT FLL Fort Lauderdale, FL Zyscovich, in a joint venture, managed the design and production of the Graphics and Signage Guideline Manual for Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. In addition to graphic design and wayfinding, the Guidelines are coordinated with other related projects at FLL, such as the Aesthetic Design Criteria Manual, also prepared by Zyscovich. Airport-wide coordination is critical when developing Guidelines for long-term use. Additionally, the Guidelines propose several projects for implementation that will enhance the passenger experience at FLL.

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ORLANDO-SANFORD INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT REAL ESTATE & LAND DEVELOPMENT PLANNING Sanford, FL Zyscovich provided commercial real estate and land development master planning services in connection with the development and improvement of the Orlando-Sanford International Airport’s non-aviation properties, comprising the 385-acre Sanford Airport Commerce Park and multiple parcels to total approximately 489 acres of undeveloped, non-aeronautical land surrounding the airport. Zyscovich created the market-based, highest and best use development and land use plan to allow the Sanford Airport Authority (SAA) to develop these properties in a responsible manner with quality, market-driven projects that meet the needs of the Airport, the Seminole County Sports Complex and the surrounding community, while maximizing the financial return to the SAA.

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COLOMBIAN NORTHEAST AIRPORTS Various Locations in Colombia Aeropuertos de Oriente, the Regional Airports Concessionaire upgrade in six existing airports located in the Northeast region of Colombia through a series of modernization projects. With a philosophy of preserving the existing buildings by extracting the best architectural features, Zyscovich developed new façades that have aesthetic relationships to the particular locations and climatic conditions. Additions were created to enhance security requirements, to establish proper protocols for international arrivals and departures, to develop more efficient and cohesive passenger flows, to retrofit baggage systems and to bring the buildings up to current accessibility and international building codes. The new upgrades to the terminals are also oriented to reorganize pre-security and post-security commercial concessions and restaurants to improve their functionality and viability.

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Years of Experience in Master Planning, Architecture & Interior Design

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WHO IS ZYSCOVICH? Zyscovich strives to create enduring designs that are iconic yet contextual, incorporate the latest in design thinking, are sustainable climatically, and stand the test of time aesthetically. We approach projects by identifying opportunities to create a sense of place, supporting sustainable development by understanding how a campus, city or place came to be and

considering past and present development patterns, local needs for better communities, and economic obstacles and opportunities. Based on this philosophy, our team creates authentic environments specific to each community by providing design solutions for livable places with diverse populations, cultural amenities, and economic vitality.

Services Architectural Design

Land Planning

Programming

Facility Planning

Facility Master Planning

Strategic Facilities Planning

Strategic Site Planning

Zoning and Land Use Development Regulations

Work Flow Analysis

Innovation in Master Planning Design

Branding and Wayfinding

Sustainable Design Historic Preservation Program Management Urban Design

“Real Urbanism” Interior Design

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SUSTAINABILITY Design for sustainability is not always easy—it requires special motivation. Our experience with sustainable or high performance building design is not only advantageous to facility operations, but also improves the health, safety and comfort of its staff and visitors. Zyscovich is committed to the incorporation of sustainable principles in our designs. Through the application of sustainable design tenets we are able to create facilities that provide highly-efficient operational systems, healthy environments for the occupants, and buildings that actually enhance the learning process. The firm has significant experience with regards

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to energy reduction initiatives for new and existing buildings, including the utilization of renewable energy systems. Although the challenges for LEED® certification can be significant, our expertise allow us to focus on those credits that have high programmatic value and/or high return on investment. With more than 200 sustainable projects completed, in design or in construction for Green Globes, FGBC, International Green Certification Code (IGCC) and LEED® Certification at all levels, including Platinum, Gold, and Silver, Zyscovich is well-positioned to assist clients address the challenges posed by climate change.

Largest Green Architecture Firm by the South Florida Business Journal

Founding Member of the U.S. Green Building Council South Florida Chapter

Top Ten Green Design Firm in Florida by Engineering News-Record

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