Runway and Taxiway Rehabilitation

Lebanon Airport, Oregon Department of Aviation

As part of our ongoing contract with the Oregon State Department of Aviation, Precision Approach Engineering was retained to complete an environmental assessment and provide design and construction services for the runway and taxiway improvements at Lebanon Airport.

The project elements included widening of Runway 16–34 from 50 to 60 feet, overlaying the existing runway surface, rehabilitating the midfield connector taxiway, and reconfiguring runway lighting and marking to meet FAA safety standards. We also provided a cost opinion with breakdown by DBE work type to assist the state in establishing overall DBE goals.

The project was bid with additive alternates to ensure the maximum use of grant funds. The additives not selected were bid and constructed the following year to best utilize the additional grant funds available.   Earlier work at Lebanon State included airport perimeter security fencing, rotating beacon and tower, and a new electrical building.