LIT Runway 4L-22R EMAS Replacement

Overhauled system

Garver oversaw design, bidding, and construction support services to replace the Engineered Material Arresting System (EMAS) arrestor bed at the departure end of Runway 22R, rehabilitation of the existing Runway Guard Lighting (RGL) System, and relocation of the Runway 36 threshold. Electrical design responsibilities included removing and reinstalling multiple FAA MALSR stations, removing and reinstalling new runway threshold lighting bars and edge lights, new can and conduit infrastructure, cabling, grounding, and other appurtenances. Additional design work included removal and replacement of the RGL system that serves the main runway, 4L-22R, and helps prevent runway incursions. The complete and operable new system incorporates existing light fixtures, along with new cabling, transformers, remotes, and master control units, along with ALCMS integration and commission assistance.

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Frank McIllwain, PE

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