Adams County Board of Commissioners
July 2022–In Progress
As the prime contractor on this lighting and pavement rehab project, our team coordinated with the owner on taxiway and runway closures necessary to perform the work and meet schedule goals as well as managed our subcontractors tasked with electrical installations, excavations, hydroseeding and erosion control, cold milling and stripping, surveys, concrete and soil testing, and stormwater analysis. The scope of work included installations of new 1W-2” conduit, #6 bare copper counterpoise, airfield lighting base cans, sign pad foundations, 88,000 LF of #8 5KV airfield lighting cable, two new CCR’s, over 47,000LF of 1W-2” PVC, 14 junction boxes, 483 taxiway edge lights, and 78 new airfield guidance signs as well as demo of homerun wire, 78 airfield guidance signs, 516 retroreflective markers, 12 junction boxes, and 19 taxiway edge lights. The rehabilitation of taxiway shoulders included the removal of existing soil, the installation of new topsoil, and hydroseeding and pavement rehabilitations on Taxiway C included the cold milling of existing pavement, major crack repair, and re-pavement.
Sourcing the P-610 concrete required by the project's specifications proved challanging as there were no local plants that could produce it.
Royal Electric dispatched our own volumetric truck from Sacramento, CA and sourced the raw materials to produce the necessary P-610 concrete on site. Thus ensuring construction activities could begin as originally scheduled.
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