The completed reconstruction of the airport will follow seven phases, starting in March 2020. During the entire reconstruction process, 4,800 feet on the runway have been open at all times. Ryan Marshall, Director of the Public Works Department, says his office is excited about bringing the airport up to specifications because the last reconstruction took place more than 30 years ago. “After the reconstruction is done, we will have an upgraded airport for planes to land and passengers to enjoy. We hope that after the coronavirus, the remodeled Cedar City Airport will become a destination hub for all that we have to offer with the Utah Shakespeare Festival, the Utah Summer Games, our diversified recreational activities, and our proximity to several national parks.”
The National Corvette Museum (NCM) in Bowling Green, Kentucky is more than a shrine to all things Corvette: It is also home to a super-smooth 3.2 mile automotive asphalt test race track; one whose paving specifications prohibited surface deviations exceeding a minuscule 1/8" (3 mm) around the track.