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The Ohio State University

Don Scott Airport Enhancements

Project Description

Situated seven miles north of the university’s main campus, Don Scott Airport is home to
200 aircraft and sees and an estimated 75,000 flight operations per year. This $20 million project consists of new buildings, including an 11,400 sq. ft. Flight Education Center, a 26,000 sq. ft. Flight Education Hangar, as well an Airport and Administration Building & Field Operations Buildings at 17,550 SF which will replace these existing facilities. This project also includes five leasable hangars ranging in size from 10,000 sq. ft. – 16,800 sq. ft.

Project Stats

Square Footage

+/- 70,000



Year of Completion


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Design Features

The site development for the new buildings included demolition of the existing Administrative Building, Field Operations Facility and Flight Education Building, relocation and extension of existing site utilities, modifications to parking lots, vehicular access, pedestrian access and the development of green space surrounding the buildings within the project limits.

Moody Nolan was brought on this project with the expectations to register Don Scott with the USBC for a minimum Silver LEED Certification. Furthermore, this project is required to be constructed and delivered within a collaborative BIM-enabled environment following The Ohio State University BIM Delivery Standards.