Due to increased demand and growth for aviation services in the Cleveland, TN area, the city needed to build a larger airport and one that could accommodate larger jet aircraft. Puckett Engineering provided design and construction phases services for airfield lighting, navigational aids, and fuel farm for the airport’s 5,500 foot runway and full length taxiway. The Cleveland Regional Jetport became the first TN airport with all-LED runway and taxiway lighting. Puckett Engineering’s solutions also included an emergency generator for providing backup power for the airfield lighting, the airport’s terminal building, and fuel farm. An electrical vault building was also included for housing the power equipment. PDF Case Study.
Cleveland Regional Jetport