ABA / PROBAR - LEVELS 1 & 2 FINISH OUT AT THE REESE
- CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION UNTIL END OF 2019
HRL 2019 FLOORING UPDATES - CONCOURSE TERRAZZO
- CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION UNTIL EARLY 2020
HRL NORTHWEST & SOUTHWEST CONCRETE APRON AND TAXIWAY HOTEL RECONSTRUCTION
- CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION UNTIL MID 2020
BRO NEW PASSENGER TERMINAL
- CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION UNTIL EARLY 2021
HRL PASSENGER BOARDING BRIDGE PROJECT
- CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION
HRL 2018 FLOORING UPDATES PROJECT
Project scope included the removal of existing tile and replacement with epoxy terrazzo throughout the first floor of the terminal. Additional work included replacement of ceiling tiles, expansion of TSA queuing area, and a fresh coat of paint for the first floor as well. The work was completed at night to minimize disruptions to daily operations and normal passenger traffic.
HRL ARFF PROJECT
Project scope included the green field construction of a new airfield rescue and fire fighting station. Fortunately, this project was able to be constructed outside of the SIDA perimeter which allowed far more flexibility with the nearly 20 subcontractors. Unforeseen challenges affected almost every stakeholder associated with this project resulting in numerous change orders and having to adjust the schedule significantly, however upon completion the HRL ARFF Department moved into a first class facility unlike any other.
RUNWAY 35L TAXIWAY REALIGNMENT PROJECT
Project scope included the demolition of Taxiway Echo and the south end of Taxiway Alpha and the full depth construction of Taxiways Alpha and Bravo. The existing layout of taxiways at the approach end of Runway 35L was a carry over from the earliest days of the airfield and it did not conform to FAA design standards. By reconstructing the adjoining taxiways, the airport was able to satisfy the FAA and allow the largest cargo planes the ability to use the full length of the runway. The project also included the replacement of the entire airfield's electrical homerun ductbank.
TAXIWAY A OVERLAY IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
Project scope included the mill and overlay of VIA's longest taxiway. Although the project was simple and straight-forward in terms of the scope of work, the project was complicated by the necessary coordination with all commercial air and freight carriers. Because of the location of the taxiway in relation to the terminal and all taxiing aircraft, maintaining a clean site was both absolutely necessary and very difficult.
AIRFIELD MARKING IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
Project scope included the high pressure waterblasting removal of all surface painted hold signs and the replacement with thermoplastic hold signs. Special attention was needed during the removal so that fine aggregates in the asphalt were not excessively removed while taking up the paint. Similarly, the heating of the thermoplastic signs was a balancing act to ensure that the plastic had good adhesion to the asphalt without overheating and causing the embedded glass beads to sink below the surface.
PERIMETER ROAD RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT
Project scope included the nearly 2-mile long green field construction of VIA's South Perimeter Road, major drainage improvements at intersections with the road, and the demolition of the existing perimeter road. Poor soil conditions resulted in a significant change order and delay to the project, but overall the project was completed successfully all while minimizing any impact to airport operations.
RWY 17R-35L & RWY 13-31 EDGE LIGHT REPLACEMENT & RWY 31 MALSR & TWY D EDGE LIGHT INSTALLATION PROJECT
Project scope included the replacement of edge lights and threshold lights on Runway 13-31, the realignment of edge lights and threshold lights on Runway 17R-35L, new installation of edge lights on Taxiway Delta, and the construction of a MALSR system for Runway 31. During the project, the scope was expanded to include the replacement of edge lights on Taxiway Alpha.
ENTRANCE ROAD REHABILITATION PROJECT
Project scope included a relatively simple mill and overlay of the entrance road to Valley International Airport and the relocation of overhead electrical and telecom lines to underground conduits. The phasing and traffic control was easily the most complex part of this project.
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