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Design Guidelines

​Tenant Design Guidelines Manual

​The Tenant Design Guidelines Manual (Tenant DGM) has been developed for the Broward County Aviation Department (BCAD) with design and performance optimization in mind. ​
 
The Tenant DGM provides planners, architects, designers, and engineers with design parameters that will direct their creative ideas and solutions toward innovative tenant projects at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. All within a framework that will provide a consistent appearance throughout the Airport.
 
The document is a resource that helps to establish the selection and overall design appearance for new concession developments. It coordinates their interface with common areas of the airport. All new tenant projects will be required to comply with these guidelines.

Read 2017 Tenant Design Guidelines Manual (PDF).
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Terminal Design Guidelines Manual 

The Terminal Design Guidelines Manual (Terminal DGM) has been developed for the Broward County Aviation Department

(BCAD) with modern design and performance optimization in mind. Implementation will involve all future terminal area projects. In addition to developing a consistent appearance and passenger experience, BCAD’s goal is to simplify the coordination and development process necessary for future design projects, facilitating maintenance and repair operations.
 
The Terminal DGM provides planners, architects, designers, and engineers with design parameters that will direct their creative ideas and solutions toward innovative projects at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport.
 
The document intends to help bring each Design Professional’s ideas into the fabric of the airport, which in and of itself represents its unique regional features and local culture through the adopted Conceptual Design Statement of “your Portal to Paradise.”  ​

Read the 2017 Terminal Design Guidelines Manual (PDF).

 

Standards for New or Upgraded Communications Infrastructure Specifications


The Broward County Aviation Department (BCAD) provides this guideline to ensure companies and contractors follow the standard installation practice​ for new and/or upgraded communications infrastructure. 

This policy includes specifications for the use of BCAD owned infrastructure or the pass-through use of its communication rooms and telephone closets.
BCAD has specific requirements for installation and labeling:

  • ​Cabling
  • Inner duct​
  • Conduit
  • Cable tray

BCAD becomes the owner of this infrastructure after its installation.

Read the Standards for New or Upgraded Communications Infrastructure Specifications (PDF).


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