Design/Building Project that entailed clearing and grubbing, large excavation of three ponds for embankment for new roadway, removal of unsuitable soils and replacement with select fill. Removal of existing utilities; storm, sanitary sewer, and waterlines in preparation for new utilities. Asbestos abatement and demolition of existing buildings. Installation of sock drain for all new utilities was the dewatering operations for all of the new utilities; 12,000 lf of waterline with the largest diameter of 16”, 11,000 lf of new storm pipe, 125 each new storm structures, 2,200 lf of new 12” gravity sewer and 10 each new sanitary manholes. Installation of 14,500 lf -10 way TECO electrical conduit and 18 each TECO vaults. Installation of new signalization with mast arm poles and strain poles. Installation of stabilization, crushed concrete road base, curbing, concrete separator, sidewalk, and super pave asphalt pavement. Major maintenance of traffic planning, striping, signage, landscaping, and irrigation.
The typical pipe crew size was one foreman, two operators, two pipe layers, and two laborers. Equipment mix catered to the scope. Typical for this operation: Cat 950 loader, Cat 330 excavator, D-3 dozer, vibratory roller and tool can. The major earthwork mix was, 20 c.y. off road dump trucks, Cat 950, Cat 330 excavator, D-3 dozer, hydraulic pumps, vibratory roller, and tool can. Paving operations consisted of one foreman, two paving operators, and three laborers. Equipment mix catered to the scope. Typical for this operation: paving machine, two paving rollers, broom tractor, skid steer, and tack machine.
The challenge of this project was coordinating with the many different entities. We kept the job on schedule and under budget. We met every project milestone date.
Hillsborough County Aviation Authority