The staff of the Charleston County Aviation Authority moved into its news offices on Aug. 10, marking another part the terminal redevelopment project that is now complete.
The CCAA offices house an administrative team of approximately 35 employees, including human resources, finance, procurement, IT, engineering, planning, corporate communications and the executive director’s staff.
The new offices are located above the consolidated security checkpoint and Concourse A. The location provides operational views of the apron, taxiways and runways.
The Aviation Authority staff had been in its offices since the terminal was built and opened in 1985. The CCAA’s old offices will be demolished.
The design and relocation of the new offices was done with passenger experience in mind. The area will become part of an expansive dining and shopping area. The key architectural feature will be two-story high windows creating a dramatic view of the runways. Visitors and passengers will be able to see from the curbside to the airfield when the construction is complete.
Anyone conducting business with the Aviation Authority can enter the new offices via an elevator and stairwell across from Harvest & Grounds, a coffee shop and bakery located near the Ticketing Hall. CCAA offices are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.