Airfield Improvement Program
Dabri was key team member of providing Program and Construction Management for this four (4) AIP Grant-funded Projects that are designed and constructed to satisfy all current Airport and FAA standards.
1. Runway 28L Reconstruction (Project 11440): The project reconstructed Runway 28L between Taxiways E and L structural pavement and associated drainage, lighting, striping and grooving. Reconstruction was a complete restoration of an original functionality that resulted in a virtually new piece of pavement. The work involved demolition of the existing pavement structure down to subgrade and rebuilt the pavement from the ground up using current design criteria and material standards.
2. Taxiways D and T Reconstruction (Project 10531): This Project reconstructed Taxiways D and T to realign the geometry to improve safety and reduce the risk factors associated with runway incursions as identified in the FAA RIM (Runway Incursion Mitigation) Program. The Project included paving, drainage, lighting, markings, and signage improvements.
3. Runway 1L-19R Rehabilitation (Construction Contract 8795): This Project rehabilitated Runway 1L-19R to maintain safe and efficient aircraft operations. The Project included paving, drainage, lighting, markings, and signage improvements.
4. Taxiways F and F1 Reconstruction (Construction Contract 10528): This Project reconstructed Taxiways F and F1 to realign the geometry of the two taxiways to alleviate congestion and taxiway complexity and meet the FAA runway to taxiway separation standards. The Project included paving, drainage, lighting, markings, and signage improvements.
Dabri provided project controls, scheduling, office engineering and document controls services. Dabri will also provide inspection services during the construction phase. Project cost: $200M.