Crews pour concrete into a new roadway cut to replace damaged sections on Lambert International Boulevard.
Airports have a lot of pavement, that’s for sure. Maintaining that pavement goes beyond the airfield where airplanes land and taxi. There are miles and miles of roadways that connect workers, travelers
and visitors to our terminals and support buildings. This week, a major concrete roadway repair project
moved into high gear on Lambert International Boulevard. Crews with Gershenson Construction Company are cutting our damaged sections of the roadway and pouring new concrete. The job is called spot slab repairs. The slab repair work will be done across two miles of the roadway between Terminal 2 and Cypress Road. All of this is weather permitting. The project should be completed in the Spring.
Avoid parking fees the next time you pick up a passenger. Lambert provides free waiting zones for motorists near each terminal.