Airport Construction

Central Civil Construction Florida

Central Civil Construction has completed dozens of projects for businesses and government organizations in South Florida. Central Civil capabilities include: airport construction; seaport construction; utility/infrastructure construction; environmental construction; highway construction; stadium and arena construction; commercial construction; design-build; demucking; dredging; earthwork; force mains; foundation excavation/backfill; gravity sewer; landfill construction; lift stations; playfield construction; riprap soil stabilization;sanitary sewer; site clearing; underground utility construction; value engineering; water mains.

Central Civil Construction Florida

FLL Terminal 1 Utilities and Apron

  • Date:  July 2015 – May 2017
  • Owner:  Broward County Aviation
  • Construction Management:  Hunt-Moss a Joint-Venture
  • Contract Amount:  $16.2M

Scope of work: Project highlights include demolition and underground utilities, construction of all new concrete paving in excess of 16" thick with 6" Econocrete and Asphalt aprons per FAA specifications. Maintenance of storm water pollution prevention, maintenance of Airside traffic, including pavement marking. Utility construction in contaminated conditions, removal and replacement of water system, fire system, sewer system, lift station, and storm systems. Major piping including RCP and DIP along with concrete structures with the largest in excess of 120 Tons. All earthwork and disposal of all soil and spoils resulting from demolition work such as pavement excavation for all underground work.

FLL Expansion of Runway 9R-27L, Site Preparation and NAVAIDS

  • Date:  June 2012 – November 2014
  • Owner:  Broward County Aviation
  • Construction Management:  Parsons, Inc.
  • Contract Amount:  $229.0M

Scope of work: Project highlights include demolition and underground utilities; soil improvements of more than 700K square yards, methods included cementitious soil mixing, mass vibration tamping, and vibration rod in preparation for new 8000' runway and taxiway embankment placement of over 7 Million cubic yards; implementation of storm water pollution prevention and dust control program and maintenance of Airside traffic operations, including airfield lighting and temporary pavement marking. Contaminated soils remediation, removal and replacement of storm systems and underground duct banks for power, communication and airfield lighting. MSE wall construction of more than 350K square feet in area with heights in excess of 60ft and installation of more than 20K linear feet of storm drainage including structures and end walls.

FLL Taxiway "C" East End and High-Speed Taxiways

  • Date:  January 2011 – March 2012
  • Contract Amount:  $20.7M
  • Owner:  Broward County Aviation
  • Construction Management:  Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc.

Scope of work: Project highlights include demolition and underground utilities, construction of all new asphalt runway and taxiway paving per FAA specifications. Maintenance of storm water pollution prevention. Maintenance of Airside traffic and operations, including temporary pavement marking. Utility construction in contaminated conditions, removal and replacement of storm systems and underground duct banks for power, communication and airfield lighting. Major piping including 36-48" RCP along with concrete structures. All earthwork and disposal of all soil and spoils resulting from demolition work such as pavement excavation for all underground work.

FLL High-Speed Taxiways and Taxiway Rehabilitation

  • Date:  November 2008 – September 2010
  • Owner:  Broward County Aviation
  • Construction Management:  TYLin International
  • Contract Amount:  $25.4M

Scope of work: Project highlights include demolition and underground utilities, construction of all new asphalt runway and taxiway paving per FAA specifications. Maintenance of storm water pollution prevention. Maintenance of Airside traffic, including pavement marking. Utility construction in contaminated conditions, removal and replacement of storm systems and underground duct banks for power, communication and airfield lighting. Major piping including 36-48" RCP along with concrete structures. All earthwork and disposal of all soil and spoils resulting from demolition work such as pavement excavation for all underground work.

MIA Regional Commuter Facility

  • Date:  May 2009 – October 2010
  • Contract Amount:  $15.9M
  • Owner:  Miami Dade County Aviation
  • Construction Management:  TyLin International

Scope of work: Project highlights include demolition and underground utilities, construction of all new paving concrete in excess of 18" thick and Asphalt aprons per FAA specifications. Maintenance of storm water pollution prevention. Maintenance of Airside traffic, including pavement marking. Utility construction in contaminated conditions, removal and replacement of water system, fire system, sewer system, storm systems, lift station and underground duct banks for power and communication. Major piping including 4' x 8' Box Culvert, 24" RCP and 42" DIP along with concrete structures.

MIA Tract 1 Utilities and Apron

  • Date:  June 2008 – October 2010
  • Contract Amount:  $17.5M
  • Owner:  Miami Dade County Aviation
  • Construction Management:  BND Engineers

Scope of work: Project highlights include demolition and underground utilities, construction of all new Portland cement concrete paving in excess of 14" thick and Asphalt aprons per FAA specifications. Maintenance of storm water pollution prevention. Maintenance of Airside traffic, including pavement marking. Utility construction in contaminated conditions, removal and replacement of water system, fire system, sewer system, storm systems, jet fuel system and underground duct banks for power and communication. Major piping including 60", 48", 36" and 24" RCP and 12" DIP along with concrete structures.

MIA MIC/MIA Terminal

  • Date:  June 2003 – May 2008
  • Owner:  Miami Dade County Aviation
  • Construction Management:  Turner Austin Airport Team
  • Contract Amount:  $9.3M

Scope of work: Project highlights include demolition and underground utilities, construction of all new paving and roadways. Maintenance of storm water pollution prevention. Maintenance of traffic, including pavement marking. Utility construction in contaminated conditions, removal and replacement of water system, fire system, sewer system, storm systems, lift station and underground duct banks for power and communication. Major piping including 60" RCP and 16" DIP along with concrete structures. Including construction of large regional pump station.

MIA C-D Underground Utilities and Apron

  • Date:  May 2000 – March 2002
  • Owner:  Miami Dade County Aviation
  • Construction Management:  Turner Austin Airport Team
  • Contract Amount:  $10.4M

Scope of work: Project highlights include demolition and underground utilities, construction of all new Portland cement concrete paving in excess of 18" thick and Asphalt aprons per FAA specifications. Maintenance of storm water pollution prevention, maintenance of Airside traffic, including pavement marking. Utility construction in contaminated conditions, removal and replacement of water system, fire system, sewer system, lift station, storm systems and underground duct banks for power and communication. Major piping including 7'x9' Box Culvert, 96" RCP and 48" DIP along with concrete structures with the largest in excess of 120 Tons. All electrical work including 9 way 6 concrete encased duct and comm. /elect. Manholes. All earthwork and disposal of all soil and spoils resulting from demolition work such as pavement excavation for all underground work.

MIA West Side Retention/Detention Pond

  • Date:  September 1997 – July 1998
  • Owner:  Miami Dade County Aviation
  • Construction Management:  Dade Aviation Consultants, Inc.
  • Contract Amount:  $3.6M

Scope of work: Project highlights include the excavation of 100,320 cu.yd. of a retention/detention pond the installation of transmission lines 60" casing crossing lines. Installation of a submersible electric pump, vertical lineshaft pump assembly, 42" pipe aerial canal crossing and pumping equipment. The construction of a pump house building and generator building, the installation of steel sheet piling weir, and miscellaneous site work.

MIA Employee Parking Lot — Phase I

  • Date:  1996 - 1998
  • Owner:  Miami Dade County Aviation
  • Prime Contractor:  Central Civil Construction
  • Contract Amount:  $3.4M

Scope of work: Project highlights consisted of relocating NW 14th Street to the south and rename the existing road to NW 15th Street. A new NW 13th Street, NW 45th Avenue and NW 43rd Place was constructed. The project connected the FDOT SR 836/NW 45th Avenue ramp. Two new secured entrances with Guard Booths were constructed for the employee parking lot. Parking space was increased and security enhanced. In addition to earthwork, drainage, signal, lighting and paving, we installed approximately 2000 feet of 16" Forcemain.