Utilizing a grant from the FAA, Lumos provided design and construction management for the reconstruction of Runway 18/36, connecting taxiways, and 73,500 square foot of apron at the Eureka County Airport. The project totaled $3.17 million and was built within 21 days to meet closure requirements set forth by the County. Construction specifications included pulverization of existing improvements, followed by 3" of FAA specification asphalt on 7% cement treated base. The project progressed with pre-demolition and demolition operations taking place on one end of the runway, as the continuation of Cement Treated Base (CTB) and paving operations took place on the other. Pulverization and CTB operations of the runway allowed for nearly 100,000 square feet of demolition and prepared runway sub structure per day. The contractor moved nearly 20,000 cubic yards of earth, mixed 1,400 tons of cement, placed 11,000 tons of asphalt, and hauled half a million gallons of construction water. As planned, the Eureka County Airport was opened on time, with zero safety incidents, zero change orders, and within budget.