Paine Field Airport began reconstructing Taxiway Bravo on June 11.
Phase 2A: Taxiway Alpha was closed between A3-A5 for five days, June 11-15.
Phase 2B: Taxiway Bravo closed June 11. It will remain closed until mid September. Access to Castle & Cooke and North Corporate is via C1.
Phase 2C: This phase will occur at the same time as phase 2B. No impact on access to and from the movement areas. Once phases 2B/2C are completed taxiway Bravo will open and phase 3 will begin. Phase 2D: Taxiway Alpha will close between A3-A5 for five days in early September.
Phase 3: Castle and Cooke Ramp will be closed for three days. Access to Castle & Cooke and North Corporate will be via taxiway Bravo.
These dates are subject to change.
Runway 16R-34L Rehab
The main runway at Paine Field is now scheduled to close for seven days in October to allow for repairs after recent maintenance by an outside contractor failed to produce expected results.
The repair work had been scheduled to start in late August but a labor dispute between the companies hired for the project and the union representing workers forced rescheduling. The dispute now appears resolved, and the project has been reset for early October.
Runway 16R/34L now is tentatively scheduled to close at 7 p.m. on Oct. 1, reopening at 7 p.m. on Oct. 8.
Crews plan to create a new runway surface by milling down and overlaying a strip running up much of the 9,010-foot runway’s centerline. The newly paved area would be 65 feet wide and about 8,000 feet long under the latest plans. Work also will focus on sealing seams and repainting markings.