Garver provided topographical survey, geotechnical subsurface investigations, design, and construction observation services for the relocation of the eastside electrical vault at Nashville International Airport. When the Tennessee Department of Transportation sought a major road relocation that required use of the land on which the eastside electrical vault sat, Garver worked with the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) to select a new location east of the runway complex. The new location accounted for future growth plans of the airport and resolved the immediate need to vacate the land where the vault was located. Garver worked with airport staff during the design process, performed regular on-site inspections to verify that construction was completed to specifications, assisted with code compliance reviews, and provided construction observation as needed.
Considering its importance to future plans, it had to be completed as fast as possible Thanks to help from all parties, what could be a two-year process was finished in less than a year.Ryan Patton. Senior Aviation Project Manager