Reconstruct Terminal Apron

Burlington, Vermont

Client: Burlington International Airport


  • Bid Document Preparation
  • Design
  • Permitting

Project Summary

The project entails the reconstruction of the existing Burlington International Airport (BTV) terminal apron and associated taxiways. The pavement reconstruction will remove and replace approximately 0.55 acres of PCC and bituminous concrete pavement; remove and replace the existing storm drainage within project limits; and reapply the airport surface painted markings as needed on the BTV terminal apron.

This project is needed to provide a safe and functional pavement surface on which aircraft and accessory vehicles can travel. The existing pavement is experiencing alkali-silica reaction (ASR) failures and creating foreign object debris (FOD). Reconstruction work is only intended to be conducted within the existing pavement footprint and no buildings or structures will be impacted. Also since no additional impervious area is being constructed, no additional stormwater discharge is anticipated. The design and permitting effort will be completed in Phase 1, but in order to accommodate funding availability, construction will be phased into small projects over series of years.

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