South Apron Rehabilitation - Alexandria International Airport

Design and construction on an active public airport requires intricate knowledge of all safety requirements and regulations involved, as well as constant coordination of all activities with the private and commercial air carriers that use the airport during the project. All construction efforts have to be carefully phased to facilitate continued access to vital areas at all times.

MML&H was chosen as the prime consultant for all engineering services on the rehabilitation and expansion of the South Apron at the Alexandria International Airport (AEX) in Alexandria, Louisiana. The rehabilitation of the 60 acre South Ramp included a wide variety of services, from panel replacement to pavement patching to spall repair, along with the cleaning and sealing of approximately 276,000 linear feet of joints and cracks.

The project was completed successfully and on time, with MML&H handling the entire project with an estimated budget of $671,800.