Location: Various Locations, Missouri
Owner: Missouri Department of Transportation
Client: Missouri Department of Transportation
Construction Cost: $1,226,400
- Airport Runway Improvements
- Airport Taxiway Improvements
- Airport Apron Improvements
- Airport Design Report
- Final Plans, Specifications, and Estimates (PS&E)
- Construction Phasing Plan Development
- Bidding Phase Services
- Grant Administration
- State/Federal Funding Procedure Compliance
- Constructability Review
2015 Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association Airport Paving Award (Excelsior Springs Runway 1-19 Reconstruction)
Under the Missouri Airport Pavement Maintenance Program, Lochner provided design and bidding services for pavement maintenance projects at five state-funded airports. Lochner was subsequently selected by each airport sponsor to provide construction administration and observation and project closeout services for the projects.
- Excelsior Springs Memorial Airport: Lochner designed the reconstruction of the 2,000- by 47-foot Runway 1-19. The existing asphalt was recycled and used as the base course under a new 3-inch asphalt surface. Lochner’s plans also included the stabilization of the subgrade and pavement marking. This project went on to win an award from the Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association.
- Carrollton Memorial Airport: Lochner’s design plans encompassed the joint and crack repair, pavement fabric installation, hot-mix asphalt overlay, and re-marking of the 2,600- by 50-foot Runway 18-36. Lochner’s plans also included the re-marking of the airport parking apron to prevent conflicts between air traffic and agricultural operations and equipment.
- Hermann Municipal Airport: Lochner’s design plans comprised joint and crack repair, the application of a friction sealcoat surface treatment, and pavement marking for the 3,200- by 50-foot Runway 7-25 and a connecting taxiway.
- Roy Otten Memorial Airfield (Versailles): Lochner prepared design plans for the reconstruction of the 115- by 180-foot aircraft parking apron, encompassing subgrade stabilization, a new 3-inch asphalt surface, and pavement marking, as well as the expansion of the apron to provide two new tie-downs. The plans also included joint and crack repair, the application of a friction sealcoat surface treatment, and pavement marking for the 2,800- by 40-foot Runway 7-25. In addition, Lochner included the re-marking of the airfield’s helicopter pad to bring it into compliance with current standards.
- Buffalo Municipal Airport: Lochner’s design plans called for joint and crack repair, a friction sealcoat treatment, and pavement marking on the 3,220- by 50-foot Runway 3-21, the aircraft parking apron, and the connecting taxiway. Again, Lochner included the re-marking of the airport’s helicopter pad to meet current standards.