Glycol Management Program, Phase 2 - De-Ice Facility Airside Construction

Project Location:

Glycol Management Program, Phase 2 - De-Ice Facility Airside Construction

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Project Location:

Memphis International Airport, Tennessee

Project Size:

$201 Million

Project Manager:

Jay Filkins and Michael Clayton

Prime Contractor:

R.C. Construction Co., Inc. and Eutaw Construction Company, Inc. a Joint Venture

Work for this project includes:

Construction of a Consolidated De-icing Facility. Underground utilities for the project include Water, Sewer, & Glycol systems along with Power and Communication Systems. Heavy Civil Construction efforts include 525,000 CY of unclassified excavation and grading, site drainage including 14,000 LF of RCP, 77,000 LF of underdrain pipe and an underground detention system for storage and separation of used glycol from stormwater, 367,000 SY of 18.5" airfield concrete pavement and associated base courses, roadway pavements, traffic control, underdrain, and erosion control. Other scopes of work include Airfield Electrical Systems (including lighting and signage), Airfield Striping, Precast Structures, Fencing, and Sodding. Also included with the construction project is construction of a new Glycol Pump House building to house all of the glycol pumps and other equipment, and a tank farm with above ground storage tanks for storage of 575,000 gallons of glycol.