Location of Project: Indianapolis, IN
Services Provided: Drainage Design, Apron Design, Road Design, Survey
Description of Project: PCS Engineers teamed with several design firms involved in various aspects of the Indianapolis Airport Authority’s New Midfield Terminal. Work included drainage design, apron design, road design, and surveying. PCS Engineers performed modeling and design tasks for the enclosed apron drainage system and central storm drainage collector system. PCS Engineers also designed a segment of the West Perimeter Road and Main Entry/Exit roads to the new terminal. PCS Engineers provided multiple topographic surveys for the design of the New Midfield Terminal and many projects adjacent to the terminal. Some of those projects included potholing and surveying of utilities in the area of the new terminal and airplane apron, survey for the design of the North Collector Channel including miscellaneous drainage structures, existing ditches and creek which intersect the Channel, surveys for on-site stockpiled materials for quantity calculations to determine contractor pay quantities, Seerley Creek deicing control basin as-built survey, primary runway obstruction surveys, and as-built survey for Taxiway B and Runway 5L-23R. All surveys utilized the Indianapolis Airport’s FAA control both vertically and horizontally. Also all airside survey work included coordinating and utilizing IAA approved safety escorts.