Prein&Newhof Named Airport Consulting Firm of the Year

March 4, 2014

Prein&Newhof was awarded Consultant of the Year by the Michigan Department of Transportation Office of Aeronautics on February 20, 2014.

Prein&Newhof has selectively expanded its airport team in the last two years, increasing the depth of its service and adding new service offerings. “We have always served a range of airports from the smallest to the second largest in Michigan,” said Prein&Newhof Senior Project Manager John Stroo.

P*N Airport team from left: Bob Peckham, Stephanie Green, Jim Cook, Art Christiansen, Jon Reimink, Bob Nelesen, Jim Koslosky, John Stroo, and Jon Van Duinen

P*N Airport team from left: Bob Peckham, Stephanie Green, Jim Cook, Art Christiansen, Jon Reimink, Bob Nelesen, Jim Koslosky, John Stroo, and Jon Van Duinen

While forming relationships with new clients, who have been renewing their five–year engineering consultant contracts, the team continues to work on the following projects:

  • Cherry Capital Airport: Runway Extension
  • Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GFIA): Stormwater Management Project, Concourse B Expansion
  • Muskegon County Airport: Air Rescue and Fire Fighting Building Renovation, Passenger Terminal Apron Rehabilitation
  • Lakeview–Griffith Field Airport: Runway 9/27 Overlay
  • Oakland–Troy Airport: Parallel Taxiway Rehab
  • Manistee County Blacker Airport: Snow Removal Equipment Building Expansion
  • Oakland County International Airport: Taxiway C Rehabilitation

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