Redmond Airport Project Featured in Magazine
Morrison-Maierle’s work for the Redmond Airport was recently featured in Airport Improvement Magazine’s September 2021 edition. Serving as the engineer of record for the Redmond Municipal Airport (RDM) in central Oregon, Morrison-Maierle’s team, led by Cory Kesler, helped create a new $14 million storage and operations building for snow removal equipment.
According to the magazine article, the new building consolidates snow removal equipment from three different storage buildings and hangars as well as outdoor locations into one indoor facility with 30,000 square feet for storage alone.
“The existing site ended up being constrained on too many sides,” explains Cory Kesler, P.E., a senior airport engineer with Morrison-Maierle. “There were a lot of limiting factors [such as constraints from a nearby taxiway and the line of sight from the air traffic control tower] that affected how far we could expand or how high we could go on the existing site.”