Columbus Consolidated Rental Car Facility
Columbus Regional Airport Authority
The Consolidated Rental Car (ConRAC) facility for the John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH) was designed to be developed in phases to accommodate the airport’s long-range plan for expanding the capacity of the airport to grow from six million to more than 10 million annual passengers over the next 25 years. The new ConRAC is located directly across the street from the future terminal and will replace an existing deficient operation with a new 1,200,000-square-foot facility with more than 2,600 vehicles contained within a multi-level ready return garage, quick-turn around area (QTA) and idle vehicle storage areas. The ConRAC is the first phase of the development of the new mid-field passenger terminal program, which will include a new 5,400 space public parking garage, ground transportation center (GTC) and mixed-commercial uses linked to the passenger terminal via an elevated pedestrian skybridge spanning the main entrance road to the airport. TranSystems serves as Architect of Record and lead structural and civil engineer for the project.