CLE Runway 10-28 Safety Area Improvement Program

CHA provided planning, environmental, final design, bid and award, and construction management services as part of the Runway 10-28 Safety Area Improvement Program at Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport. The project shifted Runway 10-28 330 feet to the east to allow for the installation of an engineered materials arresting system (EMAS) beyond both runway ends. In addition to shifting the runway, the Runway 28 threshold was raised eight feet to keep obstacles from penetrating the Category I Instrument Landing System approach surface. The overall project was strategically bid as two separate packages in 2010 to secure FAA discretionary funding in both fiscal years 2010 and 2011.

Project Services:
  • Civil and Airside Design
  • EMAS Design
  • Pavement Design
  • Earthwork and Grading Design
  • Stormwater Design
  • Deicing Capture and Conveyance Design
  • Site Utility Design
  • Electrical and Lighting Design
  • Navaid Design
  • Environmental Compliance
  • Construction Engineering and Administration
  • Construction Observation