Armstrong Consultants, Inc. is a professional consulting engineering firm specializing exclusively in airports. We offer exceptional airport planning, engineering, and construction administrative services to all types of airports ranging from small rural general aviation strips to business jet executive airports, commercial service airports, and military airfields.
Since 1973, Armstrong has brought an unmatched level of expertise, commitment, and perspective to the field of aviation. Our firm delivers innovative solutions to today’s most pressing airport challenges.
Adhering to our founding principles, the firm’s corporate culture is focused on client service, technical excellence, and professional integrity. With every task of every project, we are committed to producing results that enhance airports and build economic development.
Our firm’s history of successful on-budget, on-schedule performance is supported by the completion of more than 1,200 airport improvement projects at over 130 airports throughout the western United States. In an environment of tightening budgets, complex technical requirements, and heightened scrutiny, our project management procedures keep pace with increasingly demanding service requirements. This proven process allows our project teams to avoid ballooning costs and schedule slippages that could ultimately have an impact on airport projects.
As a professional services firm serving the aviation industry exclusively, we work across three FAA Regions and seven Airports District Offices. That experience and knowledge has attributed to our partnering with several clients to build modern new airports from the ground up. Our airport professionals plan not only for the efficient management of current capacity, but also build scenarios in each Airport Master Plan to address future advances in sustainable design, aviation, and aerospace technologies, and environmental compliance, to name a few.
Armstrong is employee-owned, which gives us the flexibility to put our clients first and the freedom to carve our own path. That range produces engineering solutions that improve airport safety and efficiency and guide revenue enhancement.
Dennis Corsi, C.M.
PresidentDennis brings in-depth experience to the firm and directs the entire staff of airport planners. In his 23 years of airport operations, management, and planning experience, Dennis has been the project manager or supervised more than 250 airport planning projects. As Chief of Airfield Management at the Rhein-Main Airbase in Germany, he supervised airfield management staff, base operations, flight data sections, as well as the apron ground control tower. He also inspected airfield facilities, documented discrepancies, and coordinated corrective actions. Dennis holds a pilot’s license with an instrument rating.
David Hartmann, P.E.
Vice PresidentDavid serves as vice president and Armstrong’s director of engineering. Since starting with Armstrong in 2000 as an airport project engineer after transitioning away from land development consulting, he has worked his way up to now overseeing Armstrong’s design teams and processes. This includes developing design standards, overseeing preparation of construction plans and specifications, cost estimating, engineering reports, capital improvement programs, grant administration, and construction project management. Every year, David also manages a handful of airport projects himself. He served as an Engineer Captain in the United States Army and Army Reserve where David was a bridge engineer, facility engineer, construction detachment commander, and civil affairs team engineer in seven states and five countries including a year-long tour in Afghanistan.
PrincipalMichael is a senior airport engineering project manager with Armstrong Consultants. Since joining the firm in 2003, Michael has completed nearly 100 design projects across Colorado and New Mexico and has administered construction management on airport projects throughout the western United States. His duties include engineering designs, preparation of construction plans and specifications, cost estimates, writing project design and final reports, preparation of grant applications and capital improvement projects, contract administration, and construction project management.
PrincipalJustin serves as Airport Planning Manager with Armstrong and supervises the firm’s planning staff along with completing a diverse range of airport planning projects. Justin has 13 years of aviation experience and has completed over 80 master planning and environmental studies at more than 45 airports throughout the western United States. His areas of expertise include airport master plans, site selection studies, environmental assessments, airport land use compatibility planning, aircraft noise evaluation, airport emergency plans, airport financial plans, and airport certification manuals.
Jason Musselman, P.E.
PrincipalJason Musselman serves as Director of Aviation Services (AZ) and leads aviation services for Arizona. He joined Armstrong in 2009, has 14 years of airport design experience, and has managed numerous projects as well as provided construction administration on airport projects throughout the eastern and western United States. As the project manager in charge of the Arizona airports for Armstrong, Jason is currently involved in the design of a variety of airport projects. His duties include engineering designs, preparation of construction plans and specifications, cost estimating, writing project design reports, final reports, preparation of grant applications, airport capital improvement program development, contract administration, and construction project management.
Chris Nocks, P.E.
PrincipalChris is the Engineering Operations Manager for Armstrong Consultants. Joining Armstrong in 2010, Chris is responsible for the design and project management of a variety of airport projects. His duties include engineering designs, preparation of construction plans and specifications, cost estimating, writing project design reports and final reports, preparation of grant applications and capital improvement programs. Additionally, as Engineering Operations Manager, Chris is responsible for managing the production of a staff of 12 engineers.
Prior to joining our professional engineering design team, Chris served as a Captain in the U.S. Air Force.