Oakland International Airport (OAK) Runway 12-30 Rehabilitation

Port of Oakland

This major rehabilitation project consisted of the complete rehabilitation of the middle 8,500 feet of Runway 12-30 at the Oakland International Airport. The rehabilitation strategy consisted of milling varying depths of existing asphalt concrete pavement to remove distressed surface courses throughout the runway and high-speed taxiway connectors and replacing with FAA specified P401.  OAK is effectively a single runway airport and the project required substantial input from the airlines to arrive at an acceptable construction phasing approach. The approach involved converting a parallel taxiway into a temporary runway, and a 24 hour per day, 7 day per week construction schedule requirement over a 14-day period.


  • Design Management
  • Convert Taxiway to Temporary Runway
  • AC Pavement Rehabilitation
  • Echelon Paving
  • Airfield Lighting and Signage
  • Airspace & Obstruction Surveys
  • NAVAIDs and Develop Flight Procedures
  • Construction Administration
  • Construction Management, Inspection, and Acceptance Testing