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Airport Runway Project Case Study in Ohio

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Project Overview

Project Title:WPAFB C-5 AIRFIELD PAVEMENT PH 2
Estimated Value:$1,000,000
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Project Location

State:Ohio
County:Greene
City:Wright Patterson AFB
Address:Wright Patterson Air Force Base

Project Type

Building Category:Airport Runways
Work Type:New

Project Description:

Airport Construction, Road[s] Construct Approximately 24,500 SY Airfield Portland Cement Concrete For The C-5 Airfield Pavement Phase 2 At WPAFB, OH Using An On-Site Batch Plant To Be Supplied By The Contractor, The Pavement Will Be 16 Inches Thick And The Design Will Meet The Corps Of Engineers Design For Rigid Airfield Pavements, The Construction Of The Portland Cement Pavements Will Be Subjected To Extensive Performance Testing For Quality Control, The Removal Of Approximately 20,600 SY Of Asphalt And The Construction Of New Asphalt Of Similar Quantities Will Be Included In The Project, The Project Will Include Pavement Saw-Cutting, Site Grading, Relocation Of Airfield Lighting, Airfield Pavement Striping, Underdrai System, Storm Sewer, Open Channel Drainage Ditches, And Other Utilities, The Relocation Of Airfield Lighting Will Require The Demolition Of 6 Airfield Light Poles And The Re-Installation Of 5 Of Those Poles, The Utility Work Will Includ Relocating Fiber Optic Communication Ducts, In Addition To The Work Described Above, Construct Seven (7) C-5 Alter Refueling Hydrants (With An Option To Construct An Eighth) Using Existing Valve Assemblies From Pits That Will Be Abandoned In Place, This Work Will Involve The Removal And Replacement Of Approximately 1,750 SY Of Airfield Portland Cement Concrete Pavement, The Pavement Will Be 16 Inches Thick And The Design Will Meet The Corps Of Engineer Design For Rigid Airfield Pavements, The Project Also Involves The Installation Of The Refueling Pits, Including The Lateral Lines, Into The Existing Fueling System