The new runway’s edge lighting falls squarely under the environmental category of the triple bottom line. The airport authority jumped at the chance to install LED high-intensity runway edge lights shortly after the FAA approved them last spring – even though the LEDs did not qualify for Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funding and runway construction was already nearly complete at the time.
Airport Improvement Magazine publishes article written by Rebecca Kanable about ADB SAFEGATE Lighting project at Port Columbus International Airport (CMH):
If airfields were buildings, there’s little doubt that the new replacement runway at Port Columbus International Airport (CMH) would be a shoo-in for Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S.Green Building Council.
Read the full article from Airport Improvement Magazine here.
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