Airport Runways

Port of Seattle SeaTac Airport Runway 16L Reconstruction

For this $50 million project, the main runway at SeaTac International airport was removed and replaced by a 150-foot-wide and 11,900-foot-long concrete runway that complies with Port of Seattle and FAA standards. Runway construction consisted of a new 20-inch thick concrete layer atop 12 inches of sub base and four inches of asphalt.  Inspections included soil density and testing of 1,591 concrete beams at our on-site laboratory, along with extensive testing o

Port of Portland Troutdale Airport Taxiway B Ph 1 &Ph 2

This project involved the relocation of a 5,400-foot-by-35-foot taxiway. The project included the reconstruction of Taxiway B and seven connector taxiways, site grading, and drainage improvements. FAA and Port of Portland guidelines utilized for testing and inspection. Inspections include reinforced concrete, baseplate grout, proprietary anchors, structural steel fabrication and erection, lateral framing and asphalt density testing.

Portland International Airport Runway Rehabilitation 10R-28L

This approximately $44 million project consists of a full reconstruction of the 6,000-foot-long, 160-foot-wide concrete runway which is 18 to 22 inches deep. The south runway project is being accomplished within an extremely tight schedule of five months, with 50 to 70 hours of concrete paving every week, as the third and final phase of this three-year runway rehabilitation project. Inspections included reinforced concrete, asphalt density testing and soil density

Hillsboro Airport Runway 12L-30R and Taxiway

This project consisted of the construction of a new runway that is 3,600 feet long and 60 feet wide and the construction of Taxiway D, which connects the new runway to the existing Taxiway C. Inspections included reinforced concrete, asphalt density testing and soil density testing.