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Property and Environmental Assessments for Wyoming and Montana Airport Facilities

Maintaining quality service on a tight timeline

TRC was contacted by a long-term client with a request for a RUSH project involving five regional airport facilities in Wyoming and Montana. The scope of services included Property Condition Assessments (PCAs) and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs) at each facility with a very short schedule. The properties in Cody, WY; Ennis, MT; West Yellowstone, MT; Hamilton, MT; and Stevensville, MT were separated by hundreds of miles and the Bitterroot and Teton mountain ranges. TRC coordinated with the facility operators to utilize a light aircraft to travel between facilities, completing all five site visits within two business days (and nights).

TRC’s evaluations included assessments of the buildings and hangar facilities, as well as the re-fueling and maintenance facilities. The main office (FBO – or fixed base operator) at the Cody, WY facility was a renovation of the original airport building constructed in the 1950s, with an interesting mix of heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems serving multiple spaces of the original structure and the various addition areas.

TRC completed the evaluations and delivered the PCA and Phase I ESA reports several days ahead of the client’s deadline.

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