Airport Project Gallery
5th Runway Atlanta Hartfield International Airport
The Atlanta International Airport paving project commenced on March 1, 2005, and lasted 13 months. It consisted of the construction of the airport’s new fifth runway (10-28), a service building, adjacent taxiway connectors and haul service roads. Work included placement of 220,000 cubic yards of 20-inch depth concrete; installation of 3,000-plus underdrain/lighting cans; placement of 434,100 square yards of soil cement; laying of 78,500 tons of asphalt; excavation of 272,000 cubic yards of material; and installation of 123,000 lineal feet of PVC pipe.
Dulles Runway 12-30
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority contracted with Lane to completely reconstruct this east/west, 10,000-foot runway at Dulles International Airport. The reconstruction included pavement demolition, Concrete (PCC) paving, isolated slab repairs, pavement grooving, shoulder work, grade transitions, pavement marking, under-drains and the placement of runway centerline.
Dulles 4th Runway & Associated Taxiways
Lane’s work on the Dulles fourth runway paving consisted of construction of a new 10,200-foot long by 150-foot wide runway, a parallel taxiway and two 3,100- foot long by 75-feet wide connector taxiways. Other contract items included construction of a de-icing pad, installation of NAVAIDS and construction of a vehicle tunnel, electrical vault and a glycol storage system structure.
Runway 18R-36L Memphis-Shelby International Airport
The project consisted of the complete demolition and reconstruction of an existing 9,000-foot by 150-foot concrete runway plus the construction of a three-mile service road around the runway’s perimeter. The contract included the on-site crushing of 80,000 cubic yards of concrete pavement for use as backfill and sub-base material. Lane prepared 320,000 square yards of sub-grade for various pavements, 103,000 cubic yards of concrete and 91,000 tons of bituminous concrete.