The project generally consisted of the extension of Taxiway Alpha from the terminal building to the existing turnaround and full depth replacement of the Terminal Area Apron. The Stormwater and Erosion Control portion of the project consisted of the construction of two detention ponds, 17 water quality ponds, Filtrexx slope interruption installation, and an elaborate underdrain system. The ponds served as temporary sediment basins during construction, utilizing skimmers to minimize sediment leaving the site. The Project included the overseeing of the installation of all Best Management Practices including Silt Fence, Mulch Berm, Rock Filter Dams, Rip Rap Filter Rings, Check Dams, Plunge Basins, Outlet Protection, Inlet Sediment Traps, Skimmers, Matting, Grassing, and Mulching. As a sub-consultant to the Michael Baker Corporation, Aulick Engineering provided full-time construction inspection services to ensure construction was performed in accordance with project construction plans and specifications. Aulick Engineering’s on-site resident project representative coordinated with the Owner, Engineer, and Chattahoochee River Keepers to monitor the contractor’s erosion control installation to minimize the potential for sediment to leave the site and to make sure stormwater ponds and drainage pipes were installed correctly to control the flow of water leaving the site post-construction.