Grant: $960,927 - Federal Aviation Administration - Jun. 9, 2009
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Award Description: Airport Improvement project to replace and rehabilitate runway and taxiway lighting and associated NAVAIDs. This project will bring the current airfield lighting system into compliance standards, prevent further failures and increase safety, and reduce associated maintenance and operational costs. Current system tests show that the megohm readings are out of acceptable range to by an excessive amount. The new system is designed to prevent pre-mature deterioration and reduce maintenance and operational costs while providing a more reliable and visable lighting system. An overall cost savings will be realized over the life of the new system.
Project Description: Mobilization has been completed. Contractor has familiarized himself with the job site. Shop Drawings have been reviewed and approved. Contractor is beginning work at the regulator station. Contractor has run 512 ft of homerun conduits from the regulator station. Contractor has installed one pull box at the end of the 512 ft run. Contractor has run approximately 625 ft of homerun conduits from the regulator station. Contractor has completed 7 runs of homerun conduits to the junction box where the conduits split to the various runways and taxiways. Contractor trenched and ran conduits to Taxiways Alpha and Fox Trot. Project Management services provided.
Infrastructure Description: The investment into the airfield lighting infrastructure (which the airport is included in the transportation infrastructure) will provide a long term benefit by reducing the overall maintenance and operational costs associated with the infrastructure being improved.
Jobs Summary: N/A (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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