The Runway 9/27 Rehabilitation project involved removing deteriorated porous friction course and resurfacing the 7,603-foot runway with P-401 asphalt. The runway was grooved to increase runway friction and manage stormwater. The project included modifying the runway cross-slope, crack sealing, and installation of runway markings. To maintain commercial service operations, the project design included a series of displaced thresholds. Design of the project began in January 2010 with construction completion in October 2010. HLA assisted with AIP grant preparation; completed engineering design and contract documents; made presentations to airport board, tenants, and the community; and provided construction observation and management for this highly successful project.
This project received an award from the Federal Aviation Administration in 2010 for its excellence in the Airport Improvement Program.
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