Environmental Concepts LLC | Georgetown County Airport
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Georgetown County Airport


Georgetown County, SC

About This Project

Georgetown Airport – airport identifier KGGE – was built in 1941 by the United States Navy and was used by the United States Marine Corps during World War II as an axillary airfield assigned to Parris Island Airfield. Georgetown Marine Corps Airfield (OLF) was also used by the United States Army Air Force light observation squadrons (105th, 112th) flying antisubmarine patrols over the Atlantic from May 1942 until August 1942.


Environmental Concepts was pleased to be involved in the reimagining of the airport terminal air and landside operations, contributing to an aesthetically pleasing, functional, and interesting year-round facility for end-users of this important part of the region’s economy; now a modern-day full service FBO (Fixed Base Operator) general aviation airport, bringing the ultimate in convenience and service to the “Gateway to Georgetown County.”