Airport Executive Lounges

For over a quarter centuury, TranSystems has successfully fused the principles of industrial design and interior design to create spaces for the aviation industry, where function and façade are highly complementary.  This unique approach, coupled with TranSystems’ staff of qualified personnel, philosophy of executive involvement and strong following of repeat clients, has led TranSystems to be ranked consistently in Interior Design Magazine’s survey of the nation’s top 100 interior design firms for 16 consecutive years.

To support and implement the firm’s objectives, key individuals with expertise in various disciplines and broadly diversified experience are represented on the staff of TranSystems.  This pool of selected professionals practices a collective approach to problem solving, applying a rich blend of talents and insight to every project, bringing this full range of professionals and technical resources into tight focus creating distinctive and practical solutions, enhancing organizational performance to achieve measurable business goals.

Our firm’s qualifications for the design of aviation-based facilities are unparalleled. We have provided the full complement of design services ranging from programming to contract administration for over 1,000 aviation design projects, including 40 lounge facilities for the premier airline carriers, including Delta Air Lines, American, Northwest, Virgin Atlantic, US Airways, British Airways and United Air Lines.

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