Terminal & Facilities Committee

Chair | Roeland Visser, Intervistas
Vice Chair | Carrie Wojick, Inpro Corp
Young Professional Liaison | Matthew Stevens, Kimley-Horn & Associates

The ACC Terminal & Facilities Committee keeps the ACC membership informed about current and upcoming industry trends pertaining to airport terminals and facilities. This includes collaborative research and quarterly updates that serve ACC and its community. The committee is guided by the ACC Strategic Plan of inform members about airport development and to be the industry’s leading resource for identifying emerging aviation trends and innovations, and provide timely information.


Technology Subcommittee

Leveraging Technology to Advance Accessibility

An informational webinar focusing on the latest trends and applications in improving the passenger experience for travelers with disabilities. Our panel of subject matter experts will articulate the ‘why’ and create momentum by embracing the importance of accessibility and offering case studies at airports.

New Passenger Experience Subcommittee

Join us in The Hold Room, a bi-monthly podcast brought to you by the Airport Consultants Council! The Hold Room will explore the latest trends in airport development and passenger facilitation both here in the U.S. and around the world. Conversational, informative, and sometimes irreverent, expect unique insights from ACC leaders, members, airports, and industry experts as we breakdown trends directly affecting airport development, including: the future of passenger facilitation; airline industry prognosis; airport construction practices; and legislative and regulatory updates. We will also explore the issues affecting your company, including increasing diversity in the industry, financial trends and challenges, and recruiting, developing and retaining employees, just to name a few. Don’t miss this new opportunity to engage with ACC – you never know who you might run into while hanging out in The Hold Room!

BIM Subcommittee

On-Demand Webinars

Technology Subcommittee

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