Page Municipal Airport, Arizona – The airfield improvements for this project included the construction of:
- New aircraft parking apron
- New perimeter road
- Reconstruction of Taxiway A-2
- Four new helipads
Ancillary work associated with the project included:
- Grading and drainage improvements
- Electrical reconstruction
- Signage upgrade
Taxiway construction included rock excavation; 6,080 square yards of 2” thick asphalt paving; 6,410 square yards of new 9” crushed aggregate base course; three new concrete catch basins and storm drain pipe; and new taxiway edge markers.
The perimeter road consisted of the demolition and removal of the existing roadway; rock excavation; asphalt paving on ABC; storm drainage; rip-rap and striping. The electrical upgrades included 1,200 linear feet of trenching; conduit and wire installations; 250 linear feet of ductbank; installation of 52 L-853 edge markers; 14 edge lights; 3 new guidance signs (4 module and 2 module); replacement of 24 guidance sign panels and the installation of an 8” wind cone assembly.
This FAA AIP-funded project required a FOD secured worksite. Sweepers were utilized every work day and special construction site fencing was placed directly around each work site issues.