Entryway Improvements at West Michigan Regional Airport

Airport Lobby

Because of the airport’s growth, a much larger and newer facility that reflected the economic health and vitality of the area was needed. The former airport terminal building at the entrance of Geurink Boulevard has served its purpose and is scheduled for demolition the end of November or early December. The ranch house was built by Bernie and Jerene Lemmen in the mid 50’s and became the airport terminal in 1976.

Sydney Smith from the Holland Sentinel wrote an interesting article in the November 26th Sunday edition, of the history of the building. Sentinel Article

 

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WMRA Crack Sealant Maintenance

Crack Sealant is an important part of maintaining the overall pavement surface at West Michigan Regional Airport. (Check out the video that follows.) Over time, pavement will deteriorate due to weather and stress. Crack Sealant is used to help get many more years...

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Stop by and visit the new WMRA terminal!

Completed in 2017, the new 7,500 square foot building hosts a beautiful lobby and reception area with all furnishings donated by Herman Miller and Haworth. The main conference room is a great place that can be reserved by local businesses and organizations for...

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DEMOLITION DAY

Because of the West Michigan Regional Airport's growth, a much larger and newer facility that reflected the economic health and vitality of the area replaced the former airport terminal building at the entrance of Geurink Boulevard. Ron and Linda Ludema used the ranch...

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