Airfield Problem

The cost of constructing an airstrip – runway would depend on the specifications and performance desired. Many of the general aviation aircraft that are chartered for private trips are reasonably lightweight and therefore do not need perfectly reinforced surface runways if the ground is solid, well-manicured, and free from any excess moisture or wetland. The cost of building a 3,000 ft x 50 ft or 5, 000 ft or 7,000 ft runway is varied from country to country and labor used to construct it. We will hire a surveyor to produce a map. So, we know where the high and low spots are and where drainage lines need to go. The work for the surveyor will take two to five days maximum and three weeks to six weeks to complete. The small size airstrip from 3000ft x 50 ft will cost less than £20k, and medium-size airstrip runway will cost £30k to £40k, and 7000 square ft runway will cost between £50k to 100k. The two runways with possible extension in the future to three runways will cost about £200k to £300k. It is estimated to cost about £1-£5 square ft for tar asphalt or £2 to £5 square ft for concrete for the runway that is capable of handling large cargo aircraft. That is 13L at KBF1 which is 3710 square ft x 100 square ft would cost £300k to £2000k, and 2671 square ft x 36 square ft would cost £90k to £900k. The local government could then upgrade the airstrip into the second airstrip or possibly a larger airstrip in the country with two to three runways in the future. We will build the warehouses nearby the airstrips for the construction and building materials for the construction of the bridge.


Some of the warehouses and storages could be constructed using mixed local materials and special steels.




It frequently rains during the rainy seasons and sometimes the rainfalls will take place without warning with the clouds. So having the storage for the construction materials is very important otherwise they will all be destroyed by the rainwaters that will not only cost the company but will prolonging the construction of the bridge.