A multi-million dollar renovation of Boca Raton Airport “is making progress,” said board member Bruce Benefield following a meeting Wednesday night.
The Airport Authority has already gone through the process of discussing the project, solidifying funding, seeking bids, reviewing and awarding the contract to Hardrives Inc. of Delray Beach.
The selection of Hardrives was recommended by Peter Ricondo, senior vice president of Ricondo Associates, consultants who reviewed the firm’s credentials.
Ricondo, in a letter to the board, said it reviewed Hardrives and suggested the bid go to that firm as long as it met all bid requirements.
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Benefield said that when the project begins, it will probably start at both ends of the runway and work toward the middle. He said the authority has already obtained funding for the work.
The project, called the “Airfield Rehabilitation Program,” is being funded mainly with federal dollars.
The bid document says “the purpose of the project is to rehabilitate and strengthen Runway 5-23 and parallel Taxiway P, to construct a new runway, taxiway connector located near the midpoint of Runway 5-23, expansion of Taxiway P holding pad and widening of the Runway blast pads.”
In addition to these airfield improvements, Airport Manager Kern day said the project includes the relocation and improvement of the existing air traffic control tower service road. The road, which is currently a gravel street, will be paved, and then extended to the air traffic control tower. It will then stop at a gated entryway activated by a card. That is part of the security measures being added at the airfield, said officials.