The State of Hawaiʻi DOT-Airports Division project at Daniel K. Inouye Honolulu International Airport (HNL) aimed to create a new Pass & I.D. office. Queuing space for the size and operations of HNL personnel that require security badging has grown significantly deeming the former Pass & I.D. office obsolete. Developed by Omizu Architecture to fulfill this need the new Pass & I.D. office consisted of ample interior and exterior waiting/queuing space for customers, exam room, video viewing room, employee breakroom, storage, and a customer service counter for badging transactions . Understanding the airportʻs process of badging, security protocol, and flow of processing customers to an airportʻs Pass & I.D. office was critical. State-of-the-art technology, space planning, seating, lighting, telecom, proper circulation and storage all played a major role in designing this site specific space for the Department of Transportation.