Garver developed an Airport Master Plan for the Abilene Regional Airport to determine trends and activities affecting the airport and prepare a plan to guide future development. The AMP provided a comprehensive overview of the airport's needs for the next 20 years, including a preferred development plan (airside and landside), development costs and financing, management options, and an action plan. The plan will help ensure the continued viability of the facility from a functional, social, and environmental perspective. The master planning activities also provided a capital improvement program, as well as an environmental overview. This effort included the collection of aeronautical data in accordance with the most recent guidance from FAA Airports Geographic Information System (AGIS) standards and development of a computerized/electronic Airport Layout Plan (ALP) meeting FAA criteria.