Shrewsberry worked as the prime consultant to the Indianapolis Airport Authority on the Phase IV expansion of the existing cargo apron project. This project provided for the expansion of the existing cargo apron to add four additional wide-body gates (MD-11s), including areas for controlled snow melt pavement and deicing collection system for the control and management of deicer-laden stormwater. Major aspects of the design included extensive earthwork, pavement design, storm sewer design, trench drain designs, diversion structures, gate layout, apron lighting, nose tethers, taxiway edge lighting, hydrant fueling design, under-drain layout and erosion control planning and detailing. The project added about eight (8) acres of new concrete pavement to the already expansive cargo apron.
Shrewsberry provided preliminary, as well as final design services, and bidding phase services. Shrewsberry also provided services for construction administration and inspection throughout the construction phase of this project. All permitting services required for FAA (7460s), Homeland Security (underground hydrant fueling system), City of Indianapolis (Drainage and Improvement Location Permits), and IDNR (Rule 5 NOI) were provided by Shrewsberry.