143 sink holes were filled and prepared to accept pavement
1100 meter taxiway constructed
- Assisting the Cancun International Airport improve their services and accommodate growing air traffic
- Design and construction of a new 2800m parallel runway at Cancun International Airport
- Provided planning, design, analysis, procurement, and non-resident construction services for all runway, taxiway, and airfield lighting components for the project.
- This included the initial siting analysis, tree clearing and obstruction analysis, geometric layouts, pavement design, grading plans and earthworks analysis, drainage design, runway and taxiway edge lighting, and CAT I high-intensity approach lighting.
- Also included a new field electric center, site development for Glidepath and Localizer for ILS, the procurement contract for airfield lighting equipment, construction specifications, and non-resident inspection services during construction.
- Flexible pavement design with local materials over a karst-type original ground with numerous cavities in the coral structure on the coast of Mexico.
- Extensive geotechnical and geophysical testing carried out to establish site conditions and fill-bridging requirements for pavement structures
- New 1100 m connector taxiway with up to 7 m fills leading to major taxiway bridge over the airport access road.
- Design and procurement of new edge lighting system. CAT I approach lighting, integrated lighting system for airport, and layout of new field electrical center containing all regulators and emergency power supply for airfield lighting system.
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