VILLENEUVE AIRPORT – HANGER DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT OWNER: Edmonton Airport Authority
PROJECT LOCATION: Villeneuve, AB
PROJECT SCHEDULE: April 2010 to November, 2010
PROJECT VALUE: $2,100,000
The Villenuve Airport Hanger Development included taxiway extensions, the installation of a new service road as well as an extensive electrical program.
Work began in the spring of 2010 with the electrical and earthworks scope followed by the completion of the GBC and asphalt in the fall of 2010.
Quantities included 12,000 sq. meters of sub grade preparation, 35 000 cu. meters of dirt moved, 10,000 tonnes of gravel laid, and 2,800 tonne of asphalt material.
Carmacks has extensive experience in building and repairing airports many of which have been in northern areas of the country. Over the last few years, completed airport projects included Ft. Smith, NT, LaRonge Airport, Saskatchewan, Fort St. John Airport, BC, Points North Landing Airport, Saskatchewan, Manning Airport, Alberta and more recently, Springbank Airport expansion for the Calgary Airport Authority, the Inuvik airport for Government of the Northwest Territories, and Norman Wells Airport, Transport Canada and Government of the Northwest Territories.