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13 CHAPTER THREE CASE STUDY APPROACH How airports redeploy physical assets is an important and Figure 9 shows examples of airports that have addressed timely issue for airport executives and property managers. a variety of reuse situations. Table 4 provides a summary of Although each situation holds its special circumstances, each case study discussed in this synthesis. a case study approach provides a useful framework from which to synthesize and draw conclusions about how air- ports have evaluated their situation and addressed facil- ity reuse. The key components of each case study are (1) description of the situation, (2) discussion of reuse options, (3) analysis of special issues and outcomes, and (4) reflec- tion on lessons learned from successful (and unsuccessful) instances of adaptive reuse. Ten case studies were developed. Figure 8 shows the loca- tion of each. Pittsburgh offered two case studies of reuse that are substantially different. Each of the other airports repre- sents one case study. In addition to geographic distribution, the case studies were also selected to reflect different types of aviation facili- ties and different outcomes. This synthesis looked at reuse of terminals, cargo facilities, military base reuse, maintenance facilities, and training centers. FIGURE 9 Different examples of reuse. (Source: KRAMER aerotek, inc., 2010.) FIGURE 8 Location of case studies. (Source: KRAMER aerotek, inc., 2010.)

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14 TABLE 4 SUMMARY OF CASE STUDIES Airport Code Hub Size Previous Use Reuse CY 2009 FY 2009 Operating Enplanements Revenues John F. Kennedy JFK Large TWA terminal Options under consideration 22,710,272 $971,966,169 International Oakland International OAK Medium UA maintenance Options under consideration 4,612,631 $146,425,773 Pittsburgh International PIT Medium Passenger terminal Airside business park 3,956,842 $133,333,120 Pittsburgh International PIT Medium US Airways cargo facility Jet bridge rehabilitation 3,956,842 $133,333,120 Dayton International DAY Small UPS cargo hub Proposed multiuse 1,240,848 $28,152,124 SpringfieldBranson SGF Small Passenger terminal Expedia call center/ 398,025 $10,707,070 National National Guard offices Rickenbacker LCK CS Air force base Multiple reuses 6,415 $5,832,152 International Nonprimary Duluth International DLH Nonhub NW maintenance Options under consideration 125,451 $2,774,925 New Bedford Regional EWB Nonhub Pilot recruitment facility Bridgewater State University 11,680 $662,554 pilot training PhoenixMesa Gateway IWA Reliever Training facility Passenger terminal 289,770 N/A Sources: FAA DOT/TSC CY 2009, Air Carrier Activity Information System Database and FAA Compliance Activity Tracking System 127 Reports, 2009. Compiled by KRAMER aerotek, inc. (2010). N/A = not available.