Eutaw loaded a trailer filled with supplies to aid the residents of Houston, TX and the surrounding areas.
This project consists of water / sewer utility installation, off-site roadway improvements, and on-site mass excavation for a new subdivision on the south side of Nashville, Tennessee. The first phase of this subdivision is approximately 40 acres, providing 88 lots, in what used to be farm land containing crops and livestock.
The overall scope of the project consists of the following: 8,140 linear feet of water main, 5,214 linear feet of gravity sewer, 65,000 cubic yards of mass grading, three (3) concrete box culverts with retaining walls, 5,120 linear feet of storm drainage, and 7,000 linear feet of electrical utilities.
In September 2016 Eutaw Construction was awarded a $22.3 million contract for Phase 2 of Knoxville’s Airfield Modernization Program at the McGee Tyson Airport. The contract duration is 14 months.
The contract requires rehabilitation of the existing runway to meet the FAA’s line-of-sight requirements. These requirements are designed to make it easier for pilots to see the entire runway during takeoff and landings. The runway had a “crown” that needed lowering that limited the line-of-sight. Approximately 3,500 feet of the runway required demolition and then replaced.
Definable features of the project include:
- Removing and stockpiling of 210,000 square yards of portland cement concrete (PCC)
- 80,000 square yards of asphalt removal
- 10,000 linear feet of storm sewer removal
- Site demolition
- 1,126,000 cubic yards of unclassified excavation
- 17,000 linear feet of reinforced concrete storm drain pipe varying in size from 18” – 60”, including the installation of 33 drainage structures
- 640 linear feet of 5’ x 12’ concrete box culvert
- 3,000 linear feet of 10” ductile iron pipe water main
- 2,300 linear feet of 6” sanitary sewer force main, including lift station relocation
- 162,000 square feet of articulating concrete block system for erosion control
- 6,000 LF of encased duct bank
Eutaw Construction also performed Phase 1 of the Airport Runway Modernization which included a similar scope. The contract amount for Phase 1 was $24.6 million.