BWI Airfield Standards and Pavement Rehabilitation Project
As an extension of the Maryland Aviation Administration (MAA) staff and construction management division, Arora is currently providing construction administration support for the airfield lighting components associated with the $350 million Airfield Standards and Pavement Rehabilitation Project at BWI Airport.
The RSA portion of this program is required for compliance with the Federal Runway Safety Area Compliance Mandate that stipulates all commercial airport runways must meet FAA standards for Runway Safety Area (RSA) dimension, grading, and frangibility by the end of 2015.
SCOPE OF WORK INCLUDED:
During the design development, Arora provided comprehensive plans to outfit the airfield with Runway Status Lights (RWSL’s) as part of the FAA’s RWSL program. Design elements included LED light fixtures, modified underground distribution and junction structures to new Airfield Lighting Vaults, and fiber optic cables for control of the RWSL system components.