- Municipal Airport Infrastructure
Burns & McDonnell provided design and construction services to the City of Kennett, Mo., for selective improvements at Kennett Memorial Airport. The state and federally funded project included construction of T-hangars and taxilanes, partial rehabilitation of the existing apron, seal coating of Runway 18-36, partial parallel taxiways, three connector taxiways, and taxilanes and rehabilitation of taxilane pavement areas.
Fresh pavement markings have been added to the entire airport, and new T-hangars were constructed to provide better shelter for the airport's clientele. The project included striping and signage for the runways, taxiways and taxilanes, grading and airfield pavement and joint design. Burns & McDonnell worked closely with the client to create satisfaction on both ends of the project and delivered an extensively detailed design in a timely manner.
The project was designed per all current and pertinent Federal Aviation Administration advisory circulars. The limits of the proposed T-hangars had to be carefully located to avoid conflict with aviation and environmental regulations.
Kennett Memorial Airport is a publicly owned municipal airport. The airport consists of two runways on 337 acres. The airport's previous structure accommodated 13 single-engine aircraft and three multiengine aircraft. The new design can accommodate storage for eight additional single- or multiengine aircraft.
- Taxilane design and rehabilitation
- Runway rehabilitation
- Apron rehabilitation
- T-hangar design