Since 1979, RPA's civil engineers have provided critical services and designed improvements at 34 general aviation and commercial services airports throughout Montana totaling nearly 200 projects.
RPA regularly completes airport improvement projects for general aviation, Part 139 and commercial service airports. Our engineers understand the need for tight control of scope, costs, construction, and documentation.
We believe the success of a project is a team effort which includes the engineers, airport owner, contracted consultants, the FAA, FBOs, other tenants and users, and the public. Team members are involved from the initial planning phases, through the environmental process, land acquisition, design, construction, and closeout.
Our airport professionals have the experience to complete each of these tasks, within the FAA's strict project requirements and regulations. Our engineers are proficient in managing airport projects, and routinely prepare all of the FAA-required documents for our clients.
These include the FAA and Montana Aeronautics Funding Applications, DBE programs, environmental assessments/checklists, and FAA requests for reimbursement, audit information, certification letters, and Airport Layout Plan updates.
SERVICES WE PROVIDE
Runway, Taxiway & Apron Design
Pavement Reconstruction & Maintenance
Snow Removal Equipment (SRE)
Hangars & Terminals
Twin Bridges Airport Improvements
Twin Bridges/Madison County, Montana
Client: Madison County Airport Board
Robert Peccia and Associates has provided Twin Bridges Airport and the Madison County Airport Board with engineering services since 1985. RPA has completed 10 AIP projects totaling over 2 million dollars in improvements.
A few of the key elements completed over the duration of the 10 projects include:
Cut Bank Airport Improvements
Cut Bank, Montana
Client: Cut Bank Airport Authority
RPA completed its first project at the Cut Bank Airport in the year 2000. Since then RPA has done 6 AIP projects at the airport totaling more than 3.8 million dollars in improvements.
A few of the key elements of the projects include:
Cut Bank Airport was awarded the 2010 Airport of the Year award by the Montana Department of Transportation Aeronautics Division.
Dillon Airport Improvements
Dillon/Beaverhead County, Montana
Client: Beaverhead County, Montana
RPA completed its first project in Dillon in 1987. The project involved land acquisition for Runway 17-35 realignment and extension, runway 22 lateral clearance, and avigational easements on all runway ends. Since that project, RPA has completed 7 additional AIP projects to date totaling more than $6.8 million dollars in improvements. A few key elements for these projects included: