Concourse C East Expansion
MARKET:
Airports
LOCATION:
Colorado
Essential to ease growing pains at DIA, this $29 million project expanded the Concourse C East Apron to provide more area available to stage aircraft for deicing, while allowing open access to gates and affording overnight parking for six airliners.
DIA International Runway 34/16
MARKET:
Airports
LOCATION:
Colorado
The opening of Runway 16R-34L and associated taxiways was an important economic milestone for Denver and the Rocky Mountain West. The 16,000' by 200' "International" runway, 33% longer and 33% wider than the other jumbo runways.
EAFB Main Runway Reconstruction
MARKET:
Design Build - Airports
LOCATION:
California
Edwards Air Force Base, located in the Mojave Desert approximately 100 miles north of Los Angeles, serves a unique and critical function. It is the premier military flight test facility in the world and the command center for proving and improving the critical national defense systems of the past, present and future.
Concourse C RON Pad Snow Storage Area
MARKET:
RCC - Airports
LOCATION:
Colorado
The DIA Concourse C RON Project included 20,862 Square Yards of 8" Roller Compacted Concrete for the pavement areas adjacent to the concourse apron areas, where snow removal efforts stockpile excess snow from around the DIA concourses during heavy snow events.
F-35 Ramp - EAFB
MARKET:
Design Build - Airports
LOCATION:
California
The F-35 Ramp and Security Upgrade, Main Base Runway, Phase 4 - Edwards Air Force Base, a $10.5 Million Design-Build project - completed replacement of the Runway Wings and Keel Section and constructed a new parking ramp for eight of the much anticipated F-35 Joint Strike Fighter aircraft.
Runway 8/26 Rehab & ADG V Improvements
MARKET:
Airports
LOCATION:
Colorado
This $21.5 million rehabilitation project for Denver International Airport (DIA) provided 59,827 square yards of airfield pavement for Runway 8/26 and adjacent taxiways. In addition, the project included Cement Treated Soil, in-pavement lights, and various sized drainage pipe. The panel replacements varied in thickness including 17"and 21" at thickened edges.
Concourse A East Apron Expansion
MARKET:
Airports
LOCATION:
Colorado
Pursuant of continual growth at DIA, this $20.5 million project expanded the Concourse A East Apron to provide more area in order to stage and deice aircraft, added nine general parking spaces three of which are designated wide body overnight parking areas.
Runway 17L/35R
MARKET:
Airports
LOCATION:
Colorado
This 12.9 million project at Denver International Airport (DIA) provided 100,463sy of airfield pavement rehabilitation in one Runway and adjacent Taxiways. In addition to the traditional construction processes involved with panel replacement, the project included over 450 in-pavement lights with 8 miles of conduit, 1,030 square yards of Cement Treated Base Repair, 37,900 drilled and grouted dowel bars, spall repairs around light cans, installation of 3,500 feet of 6" and 8" drainage pipe, 10 acres of seed and mulch, crushing of all removed concrete and 70,000 square yards of pavement grooving. DIA maintenance self-performed the pavement marking.
Runway 18L-36R Pavement Rehab
MARKET:
Airports
LOCATION:
Oklahoma
Runway 18L/36R is the primary, and longest, runway at Tulsa International Airport, making it critical that all work be completed prior to the Oklahoma tourist season. The Tulsa Air National Guard's 138th Fighter Wing also calls the airport home. Sharing the runway with their attack squadron of F-16 Fighting Falcons added to the urgency of timely completion. This project is the third phase of the Runway 18L/36R reconstruction.