Spokane International Airport

RS&H was selected by Spokane International Airport to develop an Apron Rehabilitation program in order to replace old and deteriorated Portland Cement Concrete (PCC) panels in the airport’s existing terminal apron area. The project included an initial pavement evaluation of the existing apron that identified the extent of the panel replacement. Based upon the results of the study, we recommended a full apron replacement. Our team developed plans and specifications to replace the existing PCC ramp, add drainage infrastructure for future glycol collection, regrade ramp to meet NEPA 415, and upgrade the ramp and feeder taxiway connectors to Group IV standards. Elements of the project include geometry, pavement design, drainage/detention pond relocation, airfield lighting, phasing, scheduling, cost estimates, plans, specification, and extensive coordination with airlines and tenants at SIA.

Project Information

Location:
Spokane, Washington

Owner/Client:
Spokane Airport Board