C.F. Booth has over 30 years of experience in airport planning, design, and program management, as well as a broad involvement in the full range of the company's facilities planning services. C.F. frequently provides his expertise on projects and studies requiring knowledge of airport design criteria and airport operations.
C.F. is currently managing the airside components of a program to redevelop Terminal 3 at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport and is engaged in a master plan for Bengaluru International Airport in India. The plan is focused on recommending a development concept for a new passenger terminal capable of accommodating 35 million annual passengers and an overall airport land use plan that will accommodate the new terminal and two additional runways, as well as maximize the amount of land available for commercial development.
C.F. recently managed a master plan for Portland International Airport focused on recommending either a centralized or decentralized terminal development concept for the airport, charting a sustainable course for development, preparing a flexible plan that can be implemented, and integrating the master plan with the City of Portland’s land use process. C.F. also recently directed a master plan for Memphis International Airport focused on maintaining the airport’s position as the world’s premier cargo airport, enhancing the regional hub while maintaining competitive costs, refurbishing aging terminal infrastructure, balancing the delivery of customer service, and providing the flexibility to adapt to changing circumstances.