Runway 18-36 Program at Ridgeland-Claude Dean Airport (3J1)
Aulick Engineering provided stormwater and erosion control design services as well as SC DHEC permitting for this new, 4,200-foot-long runway project. The design included the installation of 4,300 linear feet of drainage pipe and three large stormwater ponds. To allow for temporary sediment control during construction, the stormwater ponds were constructed early and designed for water quality and detention post-construction.
One of our more recent projects was the Atlantic Aviation FBO Terminal Complex at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport. We hired Aulick Engineering to provide airport and civil site design services for the 25-acre development; their scope encompassed nearly 15 acres of new pavement for taxilanes, aprons, and parking lots on the 25-acre site. Aulick was responsible for airport design, civil site design, stormwater management design, erosion control design, and city and county permitting coordination. Additionally, Aulick was retained to provide construction administration and limited construction inspection services.Aulick Engineering impressed me through all phases of the project. As can be expected at a World War II-era site, several field issues were encountered during the construction phase of the project. Aulick staff members were extremely responsive when these issues arose and were able to be at the job site within minutes; their engineers were resourceful and quickly came up with innovative solutions to ensure that the construction schedule was not adversely impacted. I have witnessed the same behavior while working with Aulick on other projects and appreciate the professionalism and enthusiasm that they bring to our project teams.”
Ridgeland, South Carolina
- Stormwater Design
- Erosion Control Design
- Georgia Airports Association (GAA) 2020 Commercial Service Project of the Year
- American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA) National Silver Medal Winner in Concrete Paving Excellence