Runway 17C/35C Rehabilitation Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport | Dallas, Texas

This rehabilitation project consisted of a full-depth reconstruction of the entire 13,401 feet of Runway 17C/35C, which is 150-feet wide, and included the keel section. Project features consisted of full-depth reconstruction of the asphalt runway shoulders, replacement of select PCC panels and expansion joint replacement on high-speed exit Taxiways M1– M7 and P2 as required.

A full-depth reconstruction of the Runway 35C blast pad was completed to meet full FAA ADG-V runway design standards. Removal and replacement of the Runway 17C/35C pavement lighting system included runway edge lighting, runway centerline lighting, touchdown zone lighting, runway status lights (RWSL), and takeoff hold lights (THLs). In addition, the project included removal and replacement of Runway 17C/35C signage and markings, removal and replacement of the Runway’s drainage system, and final site area grading, with topsoil, seed/sod, and other erosion controls. Foster CM Group supplied QA Inspection services for this comprehensive rehabilitation project, within an intense security and restricted operating airfield.

This project won the 2019 DFW Airport Project of the Year Award.

Client

Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport

Categories

  • Aviation