Gallatin County, Kentucky
GMC provided an environmental assessment of the 500-acre site that will be the home of a new general aviation airport. Then provided an Airport Layout Plan, assisted with land acquisition, and prepared Preliminary Engineering for this new facility that will serve the Northern Kentucky area.
GMC has provided planning, design, and construction phase services for a variety of projects for Gallatin County. Projects include an Environmental Assessment of the 500-acre site for a new general aviation airport with full parallel taxiway and terminal area, Airport Layout Plan, and assisted with land acquisition. GMC also prepared Preliminary Engineering for the new airport that serves the Kentucky Speedway, Belterra Casino, and various businesses and industries in the Northern Kentucky area.
The first phase of the project for the new airport consisted of the excavation of over two million cubic yards of material and the construction of a one-mile access road from Interstate 71. GMC provided construction phase services.
The second phase included concrete paving of the 5,500 foot runway, a partial parallel taxiway, a portion of the apron and asphalt paving of the access road. GMC designed and took bids for Phase II construction.
GMC is currently providing services for an airfield lighting system, a terminal building, a fuel farm, hangar facilities, and perimeter security fencing.