The footprint for this 250,000 square foot terminal building was partially derived as a result of obsolete planning decisions and by existing costly excavation work in bedrock for its water supply cisterns. MGA wanted to maximize these previous efforts while providing the client with an efficient and flexible passenger terminal with a down island atmosphere. Featuring a naturally ventilated ticketing lobby, the building also boasts a complex Federal Inspection Services facility which includes pre-clearance for US bound flights. MGA met the challenge while complying with strict budgetary restrictions. The design even allows for future expansion and eventual second level jet bridge boarding of aircraft.