Sydney Airport runways and taxiways, which were originally constructed in the 1950’s, are made up of grid-oriented concrete and a number of pavement slabs. Due to wear and tear, our civil construction company in Melbourne are needed to help replace 13 slabs of concrete and engage in saw cutting at the airport.
This project is very similar to another piece of work that our top civil engineering company in Melbourne took part in back in early 2014. Sydney Airport required an emergency pavement replacement for international terminal gate D8. As a result, our civil infrastructure company in Melbourne engaged in the following tasks to effectively and efficiently complete the project.
The tasks included:
• Emergency mobilisation for replacement due to new GP concrete pavement failing
• Working with engineers to design a pavement to fix the problem
• Site management
• Saw cutting
• Demolition of failed concrete & removal around JUHI fuel line & access ports
• Form and steel works
• Dowell drilling and placement
• Volumetric batching & placement of 50m³ of CTS Rapid Set Concrete
Eifers have worked numerous times at Sydney Airport, including projects on Domestic Terminal Bay 3, Taxiway Alpha 1 and Virgin Australia Terminal Bay 38.
For more information on our current Sydney Airport project, please contact our civil construction company in Melbourne today!