Tampa International Airport

Wayfinding and signage

To address Southwest Airlines’ passenger needs, Tampa International airport engaged Alfonso Architects and design-builder Beck to develop the Airside C Terminal that included 16 gates. The terminal also has an automated baggage conveyor system, a four-car passenger transfer system, concession and retail facilities, and 10 security screening lanes.

As a member of the design team, Jones Worley was responsible for developing a comprehensive wayfinding and signage program for effective navigation. The design had to complement the architectural structure of the exposed concrete columns and four walnut-clad organic forms that support a 7-acre aluminum, standing-seam roof.

Similar work

Georgia World Congress Center

Georgia World Congress Center

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport

Centers for Disease Control

Centers for Disease Control

Gateway Center Arena

Gateway Center Arena

Atlanta Streetcar

Atlanta Streetcar

PSTA SunRunner

PSTA SunRunner

Let's work together.

Call us at 404-876-9272
or send us an email  >

Join our network.

CAREERS | CONTACT

LEGAL INFORMATION
Jones Worley ©2021