The Runway 4-22 Rehabilitation Project is an award-winning multi-year, multi-phase, $18 million undertaking to rehabilitate Redmond’s primary runway and bring it into compliance with current Federal Aviation Administration design standards.
Century West provided design and engineering services for a new runway surface that meets the needs of the airport for the next 20 years. In addition to restoring the runway surface’s useful life, Century West’s approach minimized the impact to commercial airline operations during construction and correctly phased the project to match anticipated available funding.
The project required a 15-day airport closure to allow for complex construction of two intersecting runways. Proper planning, communication, and access to resources (labor, equipment, and materials) enabled the stakeholders to complete the project on time and within budget and deliver a successful project to the community.
Read more about the project which was featured in Airport Improvement Magazine.
Awards for this project include:
- 2016 Oregon American Public Works Association Top Project – Transportation $5M to Less Than $25M
- 2016 National Asphalt Paving Association – Quality in Asphalt Paving
- 2016 Cascade Business News Top Project
- 2017 Oregon American Council of Engineering Companies Honor Award
- 2017 Federal Aviation Administration Certificate of Excellence
- 2017 DJC Top Project – 1st Place; Infrastructure Category