Wallace & Pancher Group is well qualified with a wide variety of experience in airport planning and airport capital improvement projects. Since 1968, Richland Engineering Limited—a WallacePancher Group Company— has performed multi-disciplined airport development and airport improvement projects.

Our firm has performed multimillion-dollar projects on primary and reliever airports, including projects for general aviation airports. We are familiar with project policies and standards through our planning, preliminary development, plan preparation work, and construction administration of ODOT and FAA-funded projects.

Richland Engineering Limited’s experience in airport projects includes Capital Improvement Project Planning, Engineering, Design, Bid Document Preparation, and related Construction Inspection Engineering Services. Our firm also provides general airport operation and planning consultant services for airport improvements.

Let the skilled professionals at WallacePancher Group help plan and design your next project to achieve maximum success.


What We Do


  • Airport development, capital improvement, or maintenance projects performed on similar airports included 
  • Grant applications
  • Airport master planning
  • Environmental assessments
  • Economic impact studies
  • Airport layout plans
  • Land acquisition 
  • Taxiway runway construction, reconstruction, extension, pavement rehabilitation
  • Aircraft ramp expansion and rehabilitation, drainage improvements
  • Security fencing
  • Navigation aids (REILs, PAPI’s, NDB, AWOS, ASOS, LOC/DME runway/taxiway lighting, airport beacons)
  • Access management
  • Fueling and storage facilities
  • Roadway construction and relocation
  • Utilities construction and relocation
  • Vehicle and aircraft parking facilities and many other facilities require multi-disciplined engineering services

What is Airport Engineering?

Airport construction engineering encompasses the planning, design, and management of infrastructure projects within an airport. This includes not only runways, terminals, and towers but also considerations for supporting facilities essential for modern air travel, such as parking areas, roadway systems, and hangars.

Engineering teams must navigate a complex web of regulatory compliance, safety protocols, and innovative design to create structures that can withstand heavy traffic and extreme weather conditions, all while minimizing disruptions to ongoing operations.

Additionally, it involves meticulous coordination of various disciplines like civil, structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering to integrate sustainable practices, leverage the latest technologies, and ensure that the airport can serve the logistical and comfort needs of both the aircraft and the passengers.