OSU Airport Hangar & Taxiway

The Ohio State University | Columbus , Ohio

The Ohio State University is developing an AirPark development for corporate hangars and Osborn Engineering is providing civil engineering design documents to support a new corporate hangar at The Ohio State University Airport (KOSU). The project is the first phase of a multi-phase project area covering approximately 42 acres.

Our design services include a new roadway and entrance along West Case Road with supporting utility infrastructure. New infrastructure includes a new duct bank for electric and telecommunication lines, Water Booster Station to service Type II Hangar fire suppression demands, Sanitary Sewer Gravity line extension to service the new hangar and additional future hangars and associated storm water improvements. The storm water improvements were required to comply with City of Columbus Design Standards and receive approval from City of Columbus. The storm water design incorporated the new hangar development and future hangar developments were factored into the design. Storm water design utilized sheet flow to limit storm sewer infrastructure costs.

Site improvements also include constructing a new Taxilane and modification to the Taxiway with lighting and signage updates. The corporate hangar is approximately 36,400 SF with 7,100 SF of office and support space. The hangar and parking apron are sized to accommodate one Gulfstream G450, one Bombardier Challenger 350, and one Beechcraft King Air 350 with room for future fleet growth.