R&M offers multi-discipline services in support of transportation planning and engineering design, site civil and coastal improvements, building structural design, environmental and geotechnical studies, materials testing and land and offshore surveying projects at Alaska’s airports. The firm has provided studies, design and construction support services for runways, taxiways, aprons, signage, lighting systems, hangar facilities and landside improvements. R&M’s experience includes work at larger facilities such as the Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau International Airports, as well as smaller regional and community class airports.
Group Manager - Airport Engineering
Carla Baxley, PE
Carla has 18 years of Alaskan engineering experience, with 12 of those years at the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (DOT&PF) serving as a Designer, Project Engineer and Manager on aviation and roadway projects in rural and urban Alaska. She excels at working with clients to develop designs that follow Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and State regulations, policies and procedures. Carla’s experience includes managing more than 60 aviation and highway design projects, including studies, design and construction support services for runways, taxiways, aprons, signage, lighting systems, hangar facilities and landside improvements at larger international airport facilities, and smaller regional and community class airports. She has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from the University of Alaska Anchorage and is active in Toastmasters and the American Public Works Association. Carla also serves on the Urban Design Commission.
Old Harbor Airport Runway Extension
Old Harbor, Alaska
Fairbanks International Airport Apron Improvements
Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport Taxiway E & RON 2 and ANC Taxiways M, L & Taxilane E2