Mesa, Ariz. – Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority (PMGAA) Board of Directors unanimously approved reconstruction of Taxiway Victor, an artery into the passenger terminal and ramp areas, at a special telephonic board meeting. The construction costs are
not to exceed $2,850,874.70.
“The rapid growth of passenger service at Gateway Airport has increased the wear and tear of our main service taxiway into the terminal area,” said Airport Executive Director Jane Morris. “This project will create jobs and ensure the airfield remains capable
of accommodating commercial-sized aircraft for years to come. Additionally, passenger service will continue to operate efficiently during the project.”
In support of the project, the Board also approved design support services with Kimley-Horn and Associates at a cost not to exceed $49,516.63, and reconstruction inspection, testing and construction administration services at a cost not to exceed $300,351.67
with Parsons Brinckerhoff.
About Gateway Airport
The Airport was established in 1994 and is owned and operated by the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority, which consists of Mesa, Gilbert, Queen Creek, Gila River Indian Community, Phoenix, and Apache Junction. Gateway Airport offers nonstop passenger service
via Allegiant and Spirit Airlines with nonstop flights to over 35 cities. For more information, visit
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