The Midfield Terminal Apron Expansion and Associated Taxiways project at the Southwest Florida International Airport includes the construction of five new taxiways, the expansion of the existing apron, and the restoration of existing storm water detention pond slopes. This project is part of the future parallel runway project for the airport and is contracted by the Lee County Port Authority. The new taxiways will have centerline and edge light circuits, new guidance sign circuits, and associated new controls for the airfield lighting control system. The expansion of the existing apron will total 185,000 square yards of asphalt. The restoration of the existing storm water detention pond slopes will include reshaping and reinforcing for a total of 49,100 square yards.