Master Planning for Alaska Airports
In rugged areas of Alaska, airports are lifelines to the rest of the world. Thirty percent of Alaska's citizens have no access to the road system and rely on air as their primary transportation. We provide master planning and design services for many of the 264 airports owned by the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.
We produce airport master plans according to FAA safety standards to guide improvements at general aviation airports for 20-year planning horizons. Our services include conditions and need surveys, facility inventories, demand forecasts, airport capacity and delay analysis, environmental assessment, base mapping, Airport Layout and Property Plans (ALPs and APPs), public involvement and agency coordination.