Page Municipal Airport Runway 7-25 Reconstruction

C&S designed a reconstruction of Runway 7-25 at Page Municipal Airport. The airport, which serves commercial and general aviation aircraft, supports more than 20,000 enplanements a year.

This project resulted in an improved runway profile by raising the 25 end of the runway with the import of approximately 20,118 cubic yards of fill material and by removing the crown from the main runway where Runway 25 crosses Runway 15-33.

In order to keep the airport operational during construction, a temporary displaced threshold was established on Runway 15, south of the Runway 7-25 crossing. When the intersection work was completed, the main runway was restored to its original length. Also included in the project was the repair of a portion of the blast pad for Runway 15. This work was completed during the displaced threshold of Runway 15.

C&S was responsible for field surveys, the design, the development of construction plans and specifications, bidding services, analysis of bids, recommendation of project award, construction administration, monitoring testing and overall administration of the project.