Reconstruct taxilanes and pavements on the south end of the airport
Update the Airport Master Plan
Groove, Seal and remark Runway 14/32
Purchase snow removal equipment (SRE) (grader with wing plow)
Reconstruct taxilanes and pavements on the north end of the airport
Purchase SRE (grader and wing plow)
Design and construct a relocated Taxiway A
Purchase a chassis mounted rotary snow plow
Construct SRE (snow removal equipment) building
Reclaim and repave Hotel Ramp
Replace hazard beacons
Design and construct a new air traffic control tower
Acquire land in the RPZ (Runway Protection Zone)
Reconstruct taxilanes and pavements in the central portion of the airport
Construct terminal building
Construct perimeter roadway along entire airport
Purchase SRE (one-ton stainless steel bump body with plow with spreader)
The Airport is beginning work on updating the Airport Master Plan which is a sort of road map for the future development of the airport. We will be putting together a Master Planning Committee of interested individuals to help assist us in this process. Interested candidates should contact the airport management office.
To the right is the most recent Technical Supplement to the Airport Master Plan as updated in 2000.
In the spring of 2017, construction will begin rehabilitating pavements on the south end of the airport. This includes pavements around the corporate hangars as well as the pavements around the t-hangars on the south end of the airport. Some of these pavements are over 40 years old and are in bad need or repair. Some of the pavements will need to be completely excavated and replaced. Wherever possible, pavements will be milled and overlaid with new pavement as a cost saving measure. We anticipate public meetings with all of the affected tenants early in 2017. Below are some documents related to this project.
Each funding year, all of the NPIAS (National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems) airports meet with the NH DOT Bureau of Aeronautics to discuss their CIP. New Hampshire participates in FAA's Block Grant Program in which the NHDOT acts as FAA's funding and regulatory arm. The CIP is how the airport intends to use FAA funds earmarked for the improvements of America's eligible airports. The CIP is an ever evolving and changing document as the airport and FAA's priorities change and as funding levels fluctuate from year to year. Below are the projects Nashua Airport hopes to accomplish in the next ten years. There is no particular priority of the projects listed here:
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