Interisland Maintenance Terminal Site Preparation (Design-Build)
|Client Name:||Kiewit Pacific Company|
|Disciplines Applied:||Civil Engineering, Surveying & Mapping, Planning & Permitting (preliminary site feasibility planning and NPDES permitting)|
The R.M. Towill Corporation was selected as the lead designer for this $44-million design-build project. The contractor and prime consultant is Kiewit Pacific Company. The project objective was complete site preparations for the new interisland maintenance facility at Honolulu International (HNL) Airport. The new site is located on undeveloped land directly west of Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) Station No. 1 and parallel to Taxiway “A.”
The scope of site preparation work included the construction of four new aircraft aprons, a utility building, high-mast lighting, airfield drainage, signage, a hydrant and a graded site for the new interisland maintenance hangar, which will be sized to meet new aircraft requirements.
RMTC’s responsibilities included all civil engineering design work as well as management of the design for the following: