The Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) needed a total reconstruction of approximately 330,000 square feet of taxiway intersection. The project consisted of taxiways Alpha, Kilo, R3 and portions of R4. The project included asphalt shoulders and full depth PCC removal and reconstruction. The intersection is critical to traffic patterns which led to an expedited design process.
Shrewsberry delivered the erosion control and storm water pollution prevention plans for this project. This included breaking the erosion control out into initial, interim, and final phases in order to ensure no waterways outside of the project area were affected during any portion of construction. Shrewsberry also supplied specifications and estimates for the services mentioned. Along with these documents, Shrewsberry prepared the stormwater pollution prevention plan which was submitted to the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC). This document encompasses all the erosion control details, hazards, and potential waterways that could be at risk. Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) guidelines and standard drawings were followed and supplied, as well as FAA regulations, in the delivery of these plans.