The Garver-led Georgetown Municipal Airport Runway 18-36 rehabilitation project included preliminary engineering, construction plans and specifications, cost estimating, construction operations oversight, and project closeout. The project’s primary focus was to provide existing aircraft with a pavement surface to coincide with the FAA’s design standards, with a secondary focus on establishing electrical infrastructure. With a variety of business operations housed at the airport, the project required consistent coordination from start to finish. Garver held workshops with airport tenants to ensure seamless operations during construction and with local contractors to estimate duration and assemble an efficient construction plan. The Garver team worked closely with the City and the Texas Department of Transportation every step of the way – from securing funding to construction services and closeout – to deliver a quality project in record time.