Recent Port & Airport Projects
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA)
Van Nuys Airport: VNY Taxiway Rehabilitation
Project Management & Claims Support
Van Nuys, California
The Van Nuys Airport Taxiway Rehabilitation Project Phase 1, Taxiway B includes the removal of the existing taxiway and shoulder pavements, and existing base materials to the proposed subgrade. It requires re-compaction of the in-situ materials, installation of the proposed base and asphalt sections.
It also includes regrading of the infields and installation of drainage improvements to facilitate natural infiltration. Airfield lighting and signage improvements including LED centerline and edge lights and modifications to existing signage. Airfield surface marking including centerline, edge lines, shoulder marking and surface painted signs. Replacement of airfield perimeter fencing.
The Runway 25R Reconstruction Project consists of the reconstruction of Runway 7L-25R’s keel section pavements, between Taxiways J and N. Included in this scope is the structural strengthening of the airfield bridge over the Sepulveda tunnel, construction of Taxiway B17 between Service Road C and Taxiway B, and relocation of the northern runway hold bar at the Taxiway G intersection of Runway 7L-25R.
Ontario International Airport
The project is a taxi lane and apron rehabilitation on the north side of the airport. The apron area to be rehabilitated is an asphalt section approximately 14,400 square yards in size and the taxi lane area is approximately 15,400 square yards. Some underground utility work and airfield electrical work are included as well. The scope of work is inclusive of asphalt pavement removal, selective concrete pavement removal and replacement, clearing and grubbing removal, disposal grading areas to new subgrade elevations, and modification of storm drain inlets and pipes.
DHS provides oversight of permits and agency coordination, maintenance of traffic, detours, flaggers, dust control and sweeping, security escort services, temporary and permanent barricades, fencing, lighting, signage and markings, temporary drainage, erosion control and SWPPP, and construction survey and stakeout.
Port of Long Beach (POLB)
The Middle Harbor Redevelopment project will combine two aging shipping terminals into one state-of-the-art-terminal to improve cargo-movement efficiency and environmental performance. This $1.2B mega project will upgrade wharfs, water access and storage area as well as add a greatly expanded on-dock rail yard. Project scope includes rehabilitation and modernization of aging infrastructure at Piers D, E, and F to meet business and consumer trade demands. This work will dramatically reduce air pollution and health risks as new equipment and efficiencies are built into the terminal.
Port of Los Angeles (POLA)
On-Call Construction Management Services
San Pedro, California
DHS was recently selected to provide on-call construction management services.