This project consisted of an asphalt overlay
of an existing public roadway (Jim Walter Boulevard) as well as the
reconstruction of an existing service road at Tampa International Airport.
The Jim Walter Boulevard scope of work included the installation of a
reinforcing fabric interlayer and 2,400 tons of asphalt paving along with
pavement marking, asphalt demolition, crack repairs, milling, shoulder dressing
and maintenance of traffic.
The East Service Road Rehabilitation included 19,000 SY of concrete
pavement removal, 14,000 SY of base construction and 2,000 tons of asphalt
paving along with earthwork, pavement marking, drainage improvements,
electrical improvements, erosion control, sodding and maintenance of
traffic. The East Service Road work took
place within the secured operations area at the airport.
There were also isolated milling
and resurfacing repairs performed at the airport’s taxicab holding area and one
of the cargo tunnels. This work had to
be closely scheduled with airport operations so as to not affect the airport’s
functionality during the busy holiday season.