RUNWAY 4-22, TAXIWAY C RECONSTRUCTION AND PAVEMENT REHABILITATION
Arias conducted the construction materials testing services for the Hobby Airport Runway 7-22 and Taxiway C reconstruction and pavement rehabilitation project. Arias was the Quality Control testing provider for this project. In order to verify that testing met the specific project requirements, Arias thoroughly monitored and reviewed all testing and the results of the services provided. The project consisted of the rehabilitation of Runway 4-22 and Taxiway C. The area reconstructed was approximately 1,000 feet long by 150 feet wide on the south end of the runway, and 800 feet long by 150 feet wide on the north end of the runway. Rehabilitation also included: storm drainage repair from each runway end to the reconstruction borders; joint sealing, crack sealing, spalled concrete repairs and electrical repair in the remaining sections of Runway 4-22 that were not going to be reconstructed; reconstruction of the existing service road on the north side of the airport Taxiway Y to Southwest Hangar Facility; removal and restoration of airfield lighting fixtures, conduits, light cans, electrical fixtures and other elements that would be affected by the demolition and reconstruction of the honeycombed concrete pavement; and extraction and removal of Taxiway C asphalt pavement to be replaced with concrete pavement.