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Wittman Regional Airport

Oshkosh, Wisconsin

For more than 20 years, OMNNI Associates has provided engineering, design and construction administration services for both airside and landside developments at the airport. Projects include:

OMNNI provided design and construction administration for a $6.3 million project which included the relocation and reconstruction of Taxiway B and connecting taxiways, and drainage improvements involving the installation of a storm sewer interceptor pipe through the airport property. The newly relocated and reconstructed taxiway greatly improves the safety of its users, especially during the busy week-long Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) AirVenture when there is a high volume of aircraft visiting the airport.  The storm sewer installation alleviated flooding problems throughout the airport and the surrounding areas. Since the airport is home to the EAA AirVenture, and aircraft are required to exit the adjacent runway at virtually all locations, landscaping and safety area grading were required to meet stringent specifications.

2016 OUTSTANDING AIRPORT RESIDENT ENGINEERING AWARD
WisDOT, Bureau of Aeronautics

OMNNI provided design and construction administration services for the reconstruction of 4,675 feet of badly deteriorating Runway 18/36—the airport’s primary runway for the EAA AirVenture. To accommodate AirVenture, construction was split into two phases. Phase 1 was completed prior to the air show and Phase 2 was completed after. The $4.25 million project improved the ride of the runway by filling in low areas with recycled concrete pavement taken from the existing runway and paving it with new 11-inch thick concrete. The project also included all new storm sewer and underdrains, lighting and landscaping.

2011 OUTSTANDING AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION AWARD
WisDOT, Bureau of Aeronautics

OMNNI provided design and construction administration for the reconstruction of 6,176 feet of runway 9/27. The project included pulverizing the existing asphalt pavement, paving the runway with 10 inches of concrete, and installation of all new storm sewer and underdrains to help correct drainage problems. Since the airport is home to the Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) AirVenture and aircraft are required to exit the runway at virtually all locations, landscaping and safety area grading were required to meet stringent specifications.

2008 EXCELLENCE IN CONCRETE PAVEMENT, American Concrete Pavement Association
2007 OUTSTANDING AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION AWARD, WisDOT, Bureau of Aeronautics