Grant: $6,740,778 - Federal Aviation Administration - Jun. 9, 2009
0% voted satisfied - 100% voted not satisfied - 1 vote(s) cast
Award Description: The objective of this grant is the rehabilitation of a portion Taxiway E-4 from the edge of the Runway 17L-35R pavement to just west of the runway hold-lines including the shoulders and electrical replacement, and rehabilitation of a portion of Taxiway E-5 from the edge of the Runway 17L-35R pavement to just west of the runway hold-line including shoulder and electrical replacement at the Colorado Springs Airport. This taxiway system supports the primary runway for passenger carriers and Peterson Air Force Base. The project includes the reconstruction of existing concrete, replacement of airfield lighting, and an upgrade of all associated drainage systems. The existing airfield pavements are deteriorating due to the existeance of Alkali-Silca Reactivity (ASR) and will experience failure if the pavement is not replaced.
Project Description: Contractor mobilized and began site operations on August 16, 2009. Contractor set up and established haul routes and installed barricades necessary to close aircraft movement surfaces; set up of on site concrete batch plant and on site materials testing facilities were completed during reporting period. Contractor received and stockpiled on site materials such as aggregate, sand, cement and fly ash needed for concrete production and electrical conduit for in pavement lighting fixtures. Demolition of existing pavements, unclassified excavation, cement treated sub grade, and bituminous pavement base course work was performed during the reporting period.
Infrastructure Description: To preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery. To invest in transportation infrastructure that will provide long-term economic benefits and enhance the National Aviation System.
Jobs Summary: Professional Engineering Services (Design); Engineering construction management, inspection and materials testing; Laborer, Operator, Truck Driver and Concrete Finisher positions under construction contract (Total jobs reported: 15)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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