Albert J. Ellis Airport

RS&H was tasked to update the Airport Master Plan at Albert J. Ellis Airport, which provides commercial service to Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune. RS&H specifically examined the potential for General Aviation development, an expansion of the public parking lot, and conducted a terminal analysis. The Master Plan Update concluded the airport’s runway should be extended from 7,100 feet to 8,000 feet, with a commensurate extension of the parallel taxiway. In examining the passenger terminal, RS&H found the building needed substantial renovation and reconfiguration. The study concluded the airport should extensively renovate the terminal, add two boarding gates to the existing gate, and reconfigure interior space. The Master Plan Update also found the number of T-hangars should be doubled, an Air Traffic Control Tower should be built, and the airport’s fuel farm and ARFF facility should be improved.

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Project Information

Location:
Jacksonville, North Carolina

Owner/Client:
Onslow County