Kissimmee Gateway Airport
Airfield Electrical Improvements
In an effort to reduce maintenance and electrical power costs, this project provided the rehabilitation of Runway 15-33 MIRLS, PAPI-4s, LED mandatory hold, directional and informational signs and rotating beacon. The project design also included new Runway Elevated Guard Lights, Runway 33 REIL and Runway 15-33 Distance Remaining Signs. In addition, the existing asphalt on each end of Runway 15-33 was completely removed and replaced, and Runway 15-33 received a full-length pavement rejuvenator application. A blast pad on Runway 33 was also constructed.
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