Expanding or redesigning airport facilities is often a complex, multiyear undertaking. Reid Middleton provides airport services, including surveying, civil and structural engineering, and bidding/construction administration.
Since 1973, Reid Middleton has been providing Airport Consulting Services throughout the Pacific and Inland Northwest and Alaska. Our years of aviation project experience at Primary, Non-Primary, Reliever, General Aviation, and Commercial International Airports, provide our Airport clients with expertise in a full range of services to meet their facility planning and development needs.
For structures such as terminals, hangars, control towers, tenant improvements, and other facility projects, we are structural subconsultants supporting the prime architect.
Stormwater Management & Utilities: Among the many hazards associated with flight, water on the runway, taxiway or apron can affect performance of the airplane and passenger safety. The civil engineering design associated with stormwater and drainage at airport structures, industrial wastewater, and other utilities is done in-house by Reid Middleton engineers.
Hangars & Maintenance Facilities: Maintaining aircraft is vital to public safety and an airport’s business success. Reid Middleton’s structural engineers regularly design long-span hangar and maintenance facilities, and design the seismic retrofit of these important structures.
Tenant Improvements: Updating and improving the storefronts in airports improves traveler experience and encourages them to purchase goods and services, which supports the airport and local economy. Our structural engineers frequently work with architects to design these airport improvements.
ACEC Gold Award – Alaska Airlines Maintenance Facility
ACEC Silver Award – Anchorage International Airport South Terminal Seismic & Security Upgrades