Design workshops will invite community feedback on safety improvements, design features and amenities.
Hollywood Burbank Airport invites the community and stakeholders to participate in an interactive and iterative dialogue, known as a charrette process, with representatives from the Airport. The Airport is committed to holding six public charrette workshops in Burbank as well as one in each of the Airport’s neighboring cities – Los Angeles, Glendale and Pasadena. The collaborative and transparent charrette process will provide the community with opportunities to share feedback on safety improvements, design features and amenities that they would like to see in the replacement passenger terminal. The open conversations that take place at the charrette workshops will ultimately help shape the design and functionality of the terminal. Hollywood Burbank Airport has always put community relations as a high priority and looks forward to offering the community multiple opportunities to participate and share feedback, both in person and online. Additional information, including the full schedule and locations of the other charrette workshops, will be announced soon.
All members of the community and passengers with an interest in the design of the replacement passenger terminal are encouraged to attend.
Charrette #1 Wednesday, March 27 6:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.
Dates for additional workshops to be announced in the near future.
10832 Sherman Way, Burbank, CA
Please arrive/park at the address listed. An Airport shuttle will transport you to and from the nearby Airport Hangar where the charrette will take place.
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