Design workshop will solicit community feedback on safety improvements, design features and amenities
Hollywood Burbank Airport invites the community to once again participate in an interactive and iterative dialogue, known as a charrette process, with representatives from the Airport. This workshop is the fifth of six public charrette workshops that the Airport is holding in Burbank.
More than 400 community members have participated in-person and several more have shared their feedback through our online charrette workshop. Their continued feedback is extremely important to the Airport.
The fifth charrette workshop will focus on: interior and exterior color palettes, universal design that is accessible to all people, regardless of age, disability or other factors as well as a cumulative review of information gathered from previous workshops. The workshop will begin with a presentation followed by a series of interactive workshops to collect community ideas for the design of the 14-gate replacement passenger terminal.
Participants are encouraged to stay for the duration of the charrette workshop. Attendees can RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org. While all members of the community are encouraged to participate in each charrette workshop, we have created an online version of the design charrette workshop so community members can participate should they not be able to attend in person.
All members of the community with an interest in the design of the 14-gate replacement passenger terminal are encouraged to attend.
American Sign Language interpretation and translation services for Spanish and Armenian speakers will be available.
Charrette #5 Wednesday, September 4
6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Castaway Burbank 1250 E. Harvard Rd., Burbank, CA 91501
Complimentary valet or self-parking available. Valet is a suggested gratuity of $4.50