jets parked on a ramp with a 3-degree slope.
What we found was that without chocks in
place, a corporate jet would begin to roll and
it was only a matter of time before a multimil-
lion dollar jet rolled off the end of the ramp
or into another aircraft. If that happened I'd
have a lawsuit on my hands and likely pay out
more money in legal fees and damages than
it would have cost me to build the connecting
ing for a code variance.
exceptional people working with me to keep
airport construction moving forward, but
progress. Vice President of Development
Andy Perry oversaw permitting and construc-
tion. In May 2009 he requested a permit to
level the 18-foot hill where our new ramp and
terminal would go.
Drawing courtesy of Fromberg Associates, Ltd.