The development of a successful airport starts with a
The logical next step after preparation of a master plan is the development of a conceptual design, for individual facilities or an airport as a whole. In many cases, airport development projects are seen as a means of building local engineering skills within a developing country. We are experienced in working with local engineers. In many
|Runway Assessments||Non-Destructive (NDT) testing|
|Asphalt/Sub-grade material testing|
|Facility Construction||Structural Analysis Review|
Airport/Aviation Project Profiles
Runway 16R/34L and Taxiway A
,B ,C Pavement Assessment (Jackson, Mississippi)
IMS is performing an assessment of the runway conditions, which include
ARFF Facility Construction, Phase 1 (New Orleans, Louisiana)
IMS was contracted to perform resident inspection services for various projects at the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport to include the Phase I construction of the ARFF Facility which included the demolition of the DHL Hangar.
Rehab and Replacement Runway 22 (Houston, Texas)
IMS is overseeing the evaluation and design for the rehabilitation and replacement of the existing paved End Runway Safety Area for Runway 22 at Ellington Field. The existing pavement had exceeded its service life and was in need of reconditioning and/or replacement.
Runway 6-24 and Taxiway A rehabilitation (Shreveport, Louisiana)
As a sub-consultant to Aillet, Fenner, Jolly & McClelland, Inc. (AFJMC), IMS is providing design services and providing resident inspection services for construction of overlay for Runway 5-23 and Taxiway A North and South at Shreveport Regional Airport.