top of page

Runway 7-25 Conversion to Taxiway H

Our team provided design and bid phase services for the Runway 7-25 Conversion to Taxiway H. The project involves the rehabilitation via mill and overlay of existing runway asphalt pavement, the addition of full-depth shoulder pavement, demolition of pavement east of Runway 16-34, installation of edge lights, taxiway pavement markings, and airfield drainage structures and pipes.

The construction support and construction management functions include full time construction inspection/ observation, quality assurance field and lab materials testing, as-built surveying, and coordination with various entities including the Federal Aviation Administration – Washington Airports District Office (FAA WADO), FAA Tech Ops, Virginia Department of Aviation, Henrico County Department of Public Utilities and Department of Public Works, and Commission (CRAC) staff. 

Services Provided:

  • Design and Bid Phase Services

  • Construction Phase Services

  • ​​Quality Assurance Field and Lab Materials Testing

  • As-Built Surveying

  • Coordination With FAA WADO, Virginia Department of Aviation, and Henrico County

Project Highlights


Richmond International Airport


Richmond, Virginia



5,183’ x 100’ Runway to Conversion to Taxiway

22,500 SY of Pavement Removal

63,500 SY of Asphalt Milling

18,700 Tons of Asphalt Paving

bottom of page