Morristown Airport's Runway 5-23 Rehabilitation Project


Morristown Airport's Runway 5-23 is set for a major rehabilitation project over the next 7-10 years. Since 2005 DM AIRPORTS, Operators of Morristown Airport, has worked diligently with engineering firms, the Federal Aviation Administration, Airport Tenants and other entities to minimize operational impact for all those who fly with MMU while ultimately providing the best possible facility at project end. With a newly paved surface, upgraded approach systems, enhanced safety areas, lighting upgrades and more, MMU will continue to shine as a premier general aviation airport for the New York Metro Airspace, State of New Jersey and Morris County.


Current Phase: No Work Currently

Phase II, Stage A - Runway Safety Area Grading and Access Road Construction, Completed November 2020

Upcoming Phase: Phase II, Stage B

Tentatively Scheduled to start in Summer 2021

Phase II, Stage A: RSA Grading and Access Road Construction

Project Update:

Phase II, Stage A Completed

Phase II, Stage A of the Runway 5-23 Rehabilitation Project was completed in early November 2020.

Construction crews regraded the runway safety areas on the eastern side of Runway 5-23 and built a new access road. The new access road runs parallel to and the entire length of Runway 5-23

Photo taken on November 5, 2020 on the East of side of RWY 5-23 showing graded runway safety areas, completed access road and a departure on RWY 23
November 6

Phase II B

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Phase II C

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Phase II D

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Phase II E

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Phase II F

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RWY 5-23 Project Overall Scope of Work

Interested in learning about the actual work in each Stage of Phase II? Download the Project Overview by clicking on the image to the right.

 

Updates to the actual work summaries will be cataloged in this document