Reconstruction of Taxiways –
    St. Louis Lambert International Airport

    City of St. Louis - Board of Public Service

    Over the last five years, as a subconsultant, EDSI has completed the control and topographic surveys along with engineering support on the projects listed below.  The various projects include Taxiway and Runway Reconstruction, pavement and safety improvements, and new Apron areas.

    • North Apron Reconstruction and removal of Taxiway Echo at Runway 6-24
    • PCI Surveys for Pavement Management System Updates
    • Taxiway Foxtrot and Juliet Reconstruction
    • Service Road Rehab adjacent to Concourse A and C
    • Taxiway Echo Reconstruction from Taxiway Juliet to Runway 30R
    • Taxiway Kilo, Lima, and Sierra Reconstruction
    • Runway 12L-30R – Outer Panels Reconstruction between Taxiway Lima and Juliet
    • Signature Apron Expansion
    • Maintenance Equipment Storage Area

    Environmental Management Systems (EMS) –
    St. Louis Lambert International Airport

    City of St. Louis - Board of Public Service

    As a subconsultant, EDSI provided environmental services associated with updating, developing, and completing St. Louis Lambert International Airport’s Environmental Management System (EMS) to ensure that environmental considerations are well-managed by the airport and continually improved. The purpose of the project was to document the existing environmental aspects associated with the Airport’s activities, products, and services; identify potential environmental risks; and define targets and objectives to monitor measurable environmental performance goals. Tasks included the development of remedial and/or environmental risk management measures; establishment and documentation of environmental training programs, practical environmental work practices, policies, processes, and procedures for assessing environmental impacts; providing effective communications for implementing corrective actions including site characteristics; development of environmental baselines and/or remediation of impacted sites; and integration of environmental emergency readiness protocols within the Airport.

    Runway 8L/26R Pavement Rehab and Runway Edge Lighting – Chesterfield, MO

    Spirit of St. Louis Airport

    EDSI, as a subconsultant, performed control surveys and topographic surveys for the rehabilitation design of Runway 8L/26R pavement and runway edge lighting at the Spirit of St. Louis Airport. The project included asphalt crack filling, paving fabric, thin asphalt overlay, minor grading, edge lighting circuit replacement, and edge light adjustments to grade.

    Washington County Airport Master Plan – Mineral Point, MO

    Washington County Airport

    EDSI, as a subconsultant, completed boundary surveys used for the master plan and future development at the airport. Research was completed for multiple parcels owned by the Airport in the area. Monumentation was located using high accuracy GPS observations to resolve the boundary of the parcels. A boundary survey plat was completed that included all parcels owned by the Airport.

    Smartt Airport Tee Hangars – St. Charles, MO

    St. Charles County Smartt Airport

    EDSI, as a subconsultant, completed control and topographic surveys of 22 acres on site for the design of two new tee hangars, concrete pavement replacement in the location of existing hangars, and the re-grading of the Runway 9-27 approach areas. EDSI also completed Quality Assurance surveys during construction to determine contractor compliance with the design.