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Angoon Airport Project SFAPT-00086

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Welcome to the website for the Angoon Airport Design.

This Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) project will design and construct a new airport in Angoon.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) completed an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a land-based airport for the community of Angoon. A Record of Decision was signed in October of 2016. The selected alternative for the airport is 12a. For more information on the FAA EIS, visit the document page.

 

A Public Open House was held in Angoon on June 1, 2018.

The meeting materials for the Angoon Airport Public Open House on June 1, 2018 are now available for review.

  • Updated Project Fact Sheet & FAQs – updated to reflect changes and project updates
  • PowerPoint Presentation – the presentation that was given at the meeting
  • Contractors/Union Handout – Contact Information for potential project contractors and union contacts
  • DOT&PF Right-of-Way Brochure – Acquiring Real Property for Federal and Federal-Aid Programs and Projects
  • Meeting Notes – Notes from the public open house on June 1, 2018

Click here to review all the latest public meeting materials.

 

NEWThe Scoping Report documents research, analysis and outreach done to date, and recommends Alternative 12A-Echo be moved forward for detailed design

The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF), in cooperation with the FAA, is moving the project forward through design and construction.

The design project will:

  • Determine the airport layout and design elements, such as runway orientation, aircraft parking location, and airport access
  • Acquire permits
  • Acquire Right-of-Way (ROW)
  • Prepare bid documents for construction contractors

The new airport is anticipated to cost in the range of $30-$40 million and will be paid for by FAA funds. 
Cost estimates will continue to be revised as the design progresses.
DOT&PF has hired a team of consultants to develop the airport design and create the engineering documents needed.  This team includes PDC Engineers and HDR Alaska. 

For more information, download a PDF version of the Factsheet

Airport Site Aerial

 

This page last updated: 1/31/18