ROAD AND AIRFIELD CONSTRUCTION

P-8A NAS Jacksonville Airfield And Lighting Repairs

Central Southern Construction (CSC) is working as a Subcontractor for this project located at the Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida. The project consists of the rehabilitation and resurfacing of the 10/28 runway and associated taxiways. CSC’s scope of work includes taxiway widening, full depth repair and reconstruction, milling and overly. CSC has all grading, milling and paving equipment GPS enabled with the latest 3D tecnology to meet the project’s precises tolerance requiriments. CSC has erected on-site a 250 TPH portable asphalt plant this work. The administration of the contract and project Owner is NAVFAC Southeast.

Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park

CSC was the Prime Contractor for this project located at the Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park in between Walker and Catoosa Counties, in Georgia. The project consisted of the rehabilitation and resurfacing of approximately 3.3 miles of LaFayette Road, 0.1 miles of the Visitor Center Access Road, and various pull-offs and parking areas. CSC performed asphalt pavement milling, select full-depth asphalt and concrete pavement replacement, asphalt pavement widening, Superpave asphalt concrete pavement overlay, shoulder reconditioning, drainage improvements, concrete bridge repairs, stone masonry repairs, traffic signal replacement, and other miscellaneous work. The asphalt mix was customized to the needs of the client, including brown river rock dredged from the Tennessee River to give the finished mat a brown color. The administration of the contract was under the Federal Highway Administration — Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division, and the project owner was the National Park Service.

Natchez Trace Parkway Pavement Rehabilitation

CSC was the Prime Contractor for this project located between Webster & Chickasaw Counties, in Mississippi. The project consisted of resurfacing and rehabilitating 21 miles of the Natchez Trace Parkway from Milepost 217 to Milepost 240. CSC performed milling, 2″ asphalt overlay, 2’ pavement widening at various locations, placing aggregate topsoil on the shoulder and pavement striping on mainline.  CSC finished the original contract work one month ahead of schedule and received a modification to the contract for additional work. The administration of the contract was under the Federal Highway Administration — Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division, and the project owner was the National Park Service. CSC received an Outstanding CPARS performance evaluation for this project.

“CSC did an excellent job with all aspects of regulatory compliance. When a potential problem was brought to their attention, it was quickly resolved with an appropriate actions. CSC management as very responsive to all concerns of both FHWA and the NPS, their timely responses move the project forward at the fastest possible rate.”

Jack Tregoe, Construction Support Specialist — Federal Highway Administration.

Widen/Repair M3 Taxiway & Shoulder

CSC was the Prime Contractor for this project located at the Florida Air National Guard Base in the Jacksonville International Airport. The completed work provided the improvements necessary for the expansion and repair of Taxiway M3 and the main runway apron to meet the requirements of applicable Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC). CSC’s work included saw cutting and concrete removal, concrete and asphalt pavement, storm drainage, site improvement, repair of taxiway joints and spalls, markings removal, pavement markings, and relocation of existing airfield lighting. The challenging aspects of this project included performing construction while the airfield was active and thoroughly daily cleaning to avoid any FOD damages. CSC received an Outstanding CPARS performance evaluation for this project.

Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge

CSC was the Prime Contractor for this project located in the Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge, Florida. CSC performed the removal and replacement of culvert, grading; placement of aggregate base, hot asphalt concrete pavement, and other miscellaneous works.  The administration of the contract was under the Federal Highway Administration — Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division and the Owner was the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  CSC finished ahead of schedule and received and Outstanding CPARS performance evaluation for this project.

Repair Parking Lot and Road Pavements Basewide

CSC was the Prime Contractor for this project located at the Florida Air National Guard Base in the Jacksonville International Airport. The Project included milling of existing pavement, subgrade repair, removal and replacement of curbing and sidewalks, asphalt paving, and striping.  The contract administrator and project owner was 125th Fighter Wing Florida Air National Guard. CSC finished ahead of schedule and received an Outstanding CPARS performance evaluation for this project.  A unique and challenging aspect of this project was restricted access areas during construction and ongoing base air traffic and operations.

“CSC performed an outstanding job, was very responsive, and kept the Government informed of their daily activities.”
Lt Col Brian A. Vitetta, P.E. — 125th Civil Engineering Squadron.

Parker River National Wildlife Refuge

CSC was the Prime Contractor for this project located at Parker River National Wildlife Refuge Newburyport, Massachusetts. The project consists of the resurfacing of approximately 2.8 miles of road and parking areas within the Refuge. The administration of the contract was under the Federal Highway Administration — Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division, and the Owner was the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  Central Southern Construction (CSC) excelled on this project; using an innovative method that allowed us to place the aggregate without disturbing the environment. CSC received an Outstanding CPARS performance evaluation for this project.

“The performance by this contractor was outstanding in every phase of the project. The attention to detail concerning documentation and the actual work was outstanding. The supervision was second to none and all of the aforementioned qualities resulted in an outstanding project. The client was happy with the outcome of the project and there were no problems during the construction phase. It was a pleasure working with a very professional orgaization.”

Cullen Brooks, P.E. — Federal Highway Administration.

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