Many local businesses had expressed interest in basing their aircraft at the airport, creating a substantial waiting list.
City of Redwood Falls, Minnesota
The City of Redwood Falls began exploring hangar construction options in 2015. Many local businesses had expressed interest in basing their aircraft at the airport, creating a substantial waiting list.
Bolton & Menk provided the city with three hangar construction options to maximize the amount of hangars while staying within the available budget. The city elected to construct seven bay hangars to accommodate business and private pilot needs. The business hangars include two 65-foot by 65-foot hangars and one 55-foot by 42-foot hangar. The private pilot hangars include four 45-foot by 42-foot hangars.
To proceed with construction using federal funding, Bolton & Menk assisted the city with borrowing $626,143 in federal non-primary entitlement funds from other airport sponsors.
- Award 1 Minnesota Council of Airports (MCOA) – 2019 Intermediate Airport Project of the Year Award