Washington Dulles International Airport Terminal at Dusk
CMT Truck on Pavement with Tower in Distance at Dusk
Construction Equipment with Airplanes in Background at Dulles
CMT Staff and Truck During Pavement Construction at Dulles
Major Rehabilitation for Airfield Pavements
Airfield Pavement Management & Rehabilitation
For more than 30 years, Crawford, Murphy & Tilly (CMT) has been completing successful airfield pavement evaluation and design projects for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA). CMT’s history with MWAA began with the completion of a comprehensive Pavement Management System (PMS) conducted back in 1982. Since then, CMT has continued to be a consultant of choice for many airfield projects at Dulles International, including facilitating the airport’s pavement management strategies.
In 2014, CMT was awarded its fifth consecutive multi-year agreement to provide pavement management and airfield engineering services for Dulles International Airport. Throughout the past fifteen years, CMT has completed a variety of airfield rehabilitation projects under this contract. Under each multi-year assignment CMT has completed visual inspection of the entire airfield pavement complex — all runways, taxiways and aprons — and then applied a practical pavement management methodology that supplemented traditional PCI analysis with knowledge of airfield design, aircraft operations and budget constraints, to define pavement rehabilitation projects targeted at the most highly-valued pavements that were in the most need of repair. CMT’s approach has allowed the airport to maintain a steady program while improving overall pavement condition values with minimized costs.