Show Low Regional Airport South Apron Reconstruction

Location Show Low, Arizona

Owner City of Show Low

Client Show Low Regional Airport

With over a decade of experience at Show Low Regional Airport, our team successfully completed major projects including runway rehabilitation, power line relocation, an Airport Master Plan, and the reconstruction of the south apron.

Show Low Regional Airport was crucial for northeastern Arizona as an essential air service Part 139 airport. Our role involved developing construction phasing plans to minimize operational impact on the airport. Initially a drainage project, the South Apron project expanded to fully reconstruct the apron due to a poorly constructed concrete channel causing prop strike issues. Despite challenges, including delays during monsoon season, we successfully coordinated with contractors to resume construction in spring, stabilizing soft subgrade soil.

We managed non-AIP funding and maximized AIP funding beyond hangars through coordination with the FAA, minimizing stress on the City’s funding. Through proactive coordination with contractors, FAA, State, and City, we navigated challenges and provided engineering, planning, and construction administrative services, including managing their DBE program, developing their ACIP, and administering grants.

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