Construction Projects

        In 2018 the Walla Walla Regional Airport completed a 2-year construction project for Taxiway system that included full reconstruction of the parallel taxiway with realignments and construction of new connector taxiways. The original taxiway pavement consisted of Portland Cement Concrete (PCC) constructed in 1942-1943 with the establishment of the Walla Walla Army Air Base and subsequent rehabilitations with asphalt overlays in the 1980's and 1990's. The reconstruction of the taxiways conformed to the FAA standards contained in AC 150/5300-13A, Airport Design. To accommodate the current and anticipated airport users, the taxiways were designed to Aircraft Design Group (ADG) C-III and the Taxiway Design Group (TDG) 5 dimensional standards. Specifics include 75 ft taxiways, installation of Medium Intensity Taxiway Lighting (MITL) with LED lights, new lighted guidance signs, new Runway End Identifier Lights (REILS), drainage improvements and re-routing existing sanitary sewer line.

PHASE 1: Click here for illustration of Phase 1 - COMPLETED!
PHASE 2: Click here for illustration of Phase 2 - COMPLETED!
PHASE 3: Click here for illustration of Phase 3 - COMPLETED!
PHASE 4: Click here for illustration of Phase 4 - COMPLETED! 

 
CONSTRUCTION PICTURES: Phases 1 & 2
CONSTRUCTION PICTURES: Phases 3 & 4
 
CONSTRUCTION TEAM
Engineering: JUB Engineering, Inc.
Contractor: Selland Construction, Inc.
Construction Management: JUB Engineering, Inc. and Airport Management
NAVAIDS: FAA Columbia Basin SSC
Financial Partners: FAA, Port of Walla Walla, WSDOT Aviation