Over the past several years, the Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids, MI (abbreviated GRR in airport codes) has been undergoing substantial renovations. The multi-phase project will ultimately revamp and modernize many parts of the airport, from the ticket counters to the baggage claim to the security checkpoint, all the way to the terminal. The renovations have also affected the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), requiring personnel to vacate the space at GRR that they had previously occupied. Owen-Ames-Kimball, the general contractor on the project, worked with the TSA to determine a different location in the airport where personnel could have their offices and employee break room. Windemuller worked to help turn the new space into a suitable spot for airport security personnel, handling lighting, power receptacles, and communications work.