2008 Terminal Apron & Taxiway Improvements - Bellingham International Airport
The project included significant upgrades to Bellingham International Airport’s aircraft apron, taxiway and facilities providing infrastructure to support larger commercial jets and future growth at the airport.
Keys to Success:
The IMCO project team worked closely with Port and airport officials to minimize impacts on daily operations. Work hours were adjusted on a daily basis to accommodate commercial jet traffic, including runway work, which was restricted to between midnight and 5 am to accommodate runway shutdowns.
IMCO Self-Performed Scopes of Work:
- Reconstructing taxiways Echo and Charlie
- Installing a new deicing storage tank, pumps and collection system
- Pavement repairs to approximately 1,750 feet of runway by crack filling, pavement grind and overlay and full depth reconstruction
- Reconstruction and expansion of the existing asphalt terminal apron with portland cement concrete pavement