Facility Improvements

Flagler County Airport
Flagler County, Florida

Client: Flagler County Airport


  • Construction Management
  • Design
  • Grant Administration
  • Resident Inspection

Project Summary

Hoyle Tanner & Associates has assisted Flagler County Airport with facility improvements over the past several years. These projects include a new 6,500 lineal foot entrance road that was designed and constructed to provide access to the southern portion of the Airport with the intent to open up the development of 350 acres for a mix of airside, landside, commercial and industrial uses. Utilizing FDOT design criteria the roadway also traverses a major drainage canal (Iroquois Canal) so a large box culvert was designed to bridge the new roadway.

Hoyle, Tanner also completed design of the apron rehabilitation at the airport. Elements of the project include construction of two aircraft parking aprons including both existing concrete and asphalt apron. Both aprons were constructed by pulverizing the existing pavement by mechanical means and uniformly spread over the proposed apron footprint. Additional limerock was added to complete the required base course thickness. New asphalt pavement was constructed over the new limerock/mixed in place flexible base course.

Two sets of 10 unit T-Hangars were also designed and constructed to Flagler County code requirements. These new aircraft storage units were built to store Design Group I & II aircraft to a wing span of up to 60’ wide and included taxilanes, vehicle parking and men’s and women’s restrooms.

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