Principal, Terminal / Airport Planning & Design
Tim Schneiter has over 26 years of professional experience in architectural / urban planning & design. For the past 17 years, Tim has focused specifically on aviation development projects which have allowed him the opportunity to work at airports in over 29 countries. Tim speaks fluent German and worked in Frankfurt am Main and in Munich, Germany for 9 years. He was a Resident Sr. Airport Planner for the development of New Athens International Airport in Greece for 2 years and was the Project Manager for the East-Apron Expansion Project at Munich International Airport in Germany. His areas of expertise include project/program management, airport master planning, aircraft apron parking, terminal planning & design, preparation of architectural design documents for all design phases, terminal space programming, demand capacity analysis, preparation of procurement / tender documents, airport IT systems planning & design, financial / operational assessments and construction supervision. His experience has included overall onsite project management for several large-scale airport development projects as well as managing foreign project site offices in Kuwait, Sudan and the Philippines. Tim holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Business and a Master’s of Aeronautical Science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Tim is also a Certified General Contractor in the State of Florida. When he is not travelling, Tim enjoys running, reading, boating, scuba diving, fly fishing and cherishing spending time with his family.