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Deicing Pad Runway 34R

Project starts: 10/18/2012
Completion date: 11/13/2014
Estimated budget: $30,713,449

Monthly Updates

9/13/12
The bid opening for this project was held on August 15, 2012. The apparent low bidder is Wadsworth Brothers Construction. Contract documents are being prepared.

10/10/12
The bid opening for this project was held on August 15, 2012. The apparent low bidder is Wadsworth Brothers Construction. Contract documents are being executed.

11/07/12
The Contractor, Wadsworth Brothers Construction, was issued a notice to proceed on October 18, 2012. Submittals are currently being processed.

01/10/13
The Contractor was issued a notice to proceed on October 18, 2013. Submittals are currently being processed. The Contractor is constructing equipment near the south vault that will be used for concrete crushing operations. Concrete pavement work in the south ramp area is anticipated to begin the week of January 14, 2013.

02/14/13
The Contractor is mobilizing equipment near the south vault that will be used for concrete crushing operations. Concrete pavement work in the south ramp area is anticipated to begin the week of February 18, 2013.

03/14/13
The Contractor is preparing submittals to the Airport for review and approval. FedEx has moved its operations to the temporary location for approximately 180 days during construction. Concrete crushing work on the south ramp area began on February 25, 2013. The Contractor will begin removing, hauling and crushing the broken concrete the first part of April.

04/10/13
The Contractor continues preparing submittals to the Airport for review and approval. A large portion of the ramp in front of FedEx has been demolished and removed. The Contractor is crushing the demolished concrete to be reused as sub-base material under the new pad. The area under the demolished concrete is being excavated and the Contractor is bringing in material to start building the sub-base structure. Taxiway H1 was closed for construction on April 1 and  concrete demolition has begun in this area. The electrical Contractor has started installing the duct banks needed for the project beginning at the south electrical vault working west to the center runway.

05/08/13
The Contractor continues preparing submittals to the Airport for review and approval. A large portion of the ramp in front of FedEx has been demolished and removed. The Contractor is crushing the demolished concrete to be reused as sub-base material under the new pad. The area under the demolished concrete is being excavated and the Contractor is bringing in material to start building the sub-base structure. Taxiway H1 was closed for construction on April 1 and  concrete demolition has begun in this area. The electrical Contractor has started installing the duct banks needed for the project.

6/20/13
The Contractor continues to work on Phase 2 of the project, which includes Taxiway H1 up to the hold short line and a large portion of the ramp in front of FedEx. The concrete in this area has been demolished and removed. The area under the demolished concrete is almost completely excavated and the Contractor is bringing in the new material and is building the subbase structure. Installation of the storm drain lines continue. Concrete placement for the deicing pad in front of FedEx will begin by the end of June 2013. The electrical Contractor continues with installation of the duct banks needed for the project.

9/12/13
The Contractor recently completed the first major concrete paving phase of this project which is a large portion of the ramp in front of FedEx. Installation of the lenses and fixtures in this area for the in-pavement lights is on-going. The contractor is currently placing the lean mix concrete base on Taxiway H1 up to the hold short line and concrete paving for this area is scheduled to be completed by mid October. Concrete in the ramp area in front of the Joint Cargo buildings is being demolished and removed. Duct bank installation and storm drain lines continue to be installed. The security camera poles have been delivered and will be installed when the new gates are ready for installation.

10/10/13
The contractor continues to work on Taxiway H1 and is finalizing the placement of the lean mix concrete and the PCC pavement. This work is scheduled to be completed by mid October. The contractor opened a new phase of construction north of the FedEx ramp and has nearly completed the demolition and grading of the area in front of the Joint Cargo buildings. The contractor continues to crush the excavated concrete pavement to be used as sub-base material for the new deicing pad. Paving will begin in this area in approximately two weeks. The electrical contractor continues to install the duct banks needed for this project. Light fixture conduit has been placed in preparation for the concrete placement area around T/W H1. The pipe contractor continues to install storm drain lines. Work continues around Gate 13 for the reconstruction of Gates 11 and 13. The security camera poles have been delivered on site and are waiting to be installed when the new gates have been installed.

01/08/14
Work in the Taxiway H1 area up to the hold short line was completed during the first part of December and was opened up to aircraft traffic prior to the Christmas holiday. The Contractor continues working on Phase 3 of the project, west of the existing Taxiway H, placing lean mix concrete base in this area. Concrete paving work will continue as weather and temperatures allow.

2/13/14
The Contractor continues working on Phase 3 of the project, west of the existing Taxiway H, placing lean mix concrete base in the area. The electrical contractor continues to install the duct bank needed for the project. The pipe contractor is installing storm drain lines in the existing ramp areas north of the Post Office. Concrete paving work will continue as weather and temperatures allow.

3/13/14
The electrical contractor continues to install the duct bank needed for the project. Underground electrical installation to the Operations building will be completed by the end of the month. Excavation and dewatering work continues for a diversion vault located in the middle of the deicing pad. Stabilization material has been placed for the concrete pads at Gates 11 and 13. Concrete placement will follow by the end of the month.

4/14/14
The Contractor continues working on the excavation and dewatering for a diversion vault in the middle of the deicing pad. Concrete paving has resumed in the available phases. Work also continues in the new Gate 11 and 13 areas installing infrastructure. The pipe subcontractor continues working on storm drain boxes and pipe installation.

5/15/14
The Contractor started excavation work for the new Taxiway Y inside existing Gates 10 and 11. Concrete paving has resumed in available phases. Work also continues in the new Gate 11 and 13 areas installing infrastructure. The pipe subcontractor continues working on storm drain boxes and pipe installation.

07/31/14
The Contractor has placed base material on the deicing pad area between runway connectors H1 and H3 with paving beginning mid August. Concrete paving has begun for approximately half of the new Taxiway Y inside existing Gates 10 and 11. Base material has been placed for the new perimeter road inside of old Gates 10 and 11, paving is anticipated next week weather dependent. After traffic is switched to the new perimeter road, the remaining portion of T/W Y will be excavated and placement of the base material will then commence. Electrical work, storm drain and glycol system installation is on-going in all open areas of construction.

9/11/14
The Contractor continues to pave the deicing pad area between runway connectors H1 and H3 and the new Taxiway Y inside existing gates 10 and 11. Taxiway H4 southbound has been temporarily closed for installation of new centerline lights to the new Taxiway Y. Electrical work, storm drain and glycol system installation is on-going in all open areas of construction.

11/7/14
The Contractor continues to pave the deicing pad area between runway connectors H1 and H3 as well as the asphalt work at the Taxiway H3 connector. Other electrical work, storm drain and glycol system installation is on-going in all open areas of construction.

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