General Mitchell International Airport (GMIA) Intermodal Station
Zimmerman Architectural Studios collaborated with Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) to provide preliminary and final architectural and engineering design services for this project which involved a collaborative effort of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, GMIA, Canadian Pacific Railway, and Midwest Airlines. As part of Wisconsin’s Economic Growth Initiative the primary goal was to provide better airport/Amtrak service to current and future customers of GMIA. The rail passenger stop is conveniently located about one-half mile east of Interstate 94, the main driving route between Milwaukee and Chicago. Residents in northern Illinois are expected to find the rail trip to this new passenger stop a convenient means of connecting to air service out of General Mitchell International Airport. The project includes a platform and passenger waiting building adjacent to Canadian Pacific Railway Main West (Number 1 main) where daily Hiawatha trains in both directions between Milwaukee and Chicago (currently seven round trips daily) will stop to pick-up and discharge passengers.
Location: Oak Creek, Wisconsin
Size: 1,800 s.f.
Services Provided: Architectural Planning and Design, Structural, Mechanical, and Plumbing Engineering, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture
Completion Date(s): 2005
Contractor/Construction Manager: James Cape and Sons
Awards/Honors: Wisconsin Green Building Alliance SE2 Award (sustainability & Energy Efficiency)
John Sabinash, AIA
Vice President | Civic + Government Studio Director