Improvements to the taxiways at the Bremerton International Airport will be discussed when the board of commissioners for the Port of Bremerton meets on Tuesday.
The meeting will be at 6 p.m. in the Bill Mahan conference room at the Port Administration Building, 8850 SW Highway 3, Bremerton.
On the agenda for action is a contract with W&H Pacific for the 2014 Taxiway and Apron Improvement Project that has been authorized by the FAA.
The project includes the re-alignment of taxiway "Foxtrot" to meet current FAA design and safety standards, the rehabilitation and pavings of Taxiways A, B, C, D, and G and the rehabilitation and paving of the apron in front of the terminal building.
The design will be in two phases. Phase one is the pre-design work consisting of surveying and site work. Phase two is the final design.
The contract is for work for phase one and the cost is $98,453, 90 percent of which is being paid by the FAA. The port's portion is $9,845.
The board also will have a work session to discuss the Airport Way connector road.
The public can attend and there is a public comment time mid-way through the agenda.