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April 26, 2010

Bidding for Erie Airport Runway Extension to be Issued in May

The bidding process for the first phase of a runway extension project at Erie International Airport in Pennsylvania, US, will start in May. The three-phase construction project, worth $80.5m, will involve expanding 920ft of the runway to meet safety requirements and another 1,000ft to

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The bidding process for the first phase of a runway extension project at Erie International Airport in Pennsylvania, US, will start in May.

The three-phase construction project, worth $80.5m, will involve expanding 920ft of the runway to meet safety requirements and another 1,000ft to accommodate larger airplanes.

Work on the first phase of the project, estimated to cost around $12.1m, is expected to begin in June and will involve relocating Powell Avenue by moving wetlands and storm-water management.

The first phase will continue until 2011, following which the second phase – costing an estimated $28.1m – will begin, according to goerie.com.

The last phase of construction will cost around $7m and the entire runway extension project is scheduled for completion in 2012.

Dick Corporation has been awarded a $945,683 contract for construction management on the project.

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