Jet ICU breaks ground on new hangar and office complex at TPA
The $10.5 million project will accommodate 10 aircraft and assist with the medical evacuation company’s global operations when the facilities are completed in 2024.
City, airport and business officials celebrated Monday morning as air ambulance service Jet ICU broke ground on a new $10.5 million headquarters at Tampa International Airport.
TPA Executive Vice President for Marketing and Communications Chris Minner and other Airport officials joined Jet ICU owner Mike Honeycutt, Tampa Mayor and HCAA Board Member Jane Castor and others to help kick off construction, which is scheduled to be completed at the end of 2024.
The 32,500-square-foot complex at 5321 Airport Service Road will include a state-of-the-art communications center, a two-story atrium complementing the office space, a 17,500-square-foot hangar to accommodate 10 air ambulance aircraft.
The project will serve as a central hub for Jet ICU’s medical evacuation operations, helping the company better serve the Tampa Bay community and transport patients globally. The company has transported over 10,000 patients worldwide during more than 20 years in operation.
For more information, go to JetICU.com.