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Ranger Rebuilds Taxiways, Paves Terminal Areas at Sanford/Orlando Airport

As with all airport contracts, getting the work done quickly and neatly, without interfering with any aircraft or flight schedules, is a main priority.

As with all airport contracts, getting the work done quickly and neatly, without interfering with any aircraft or flight schedules, is a main priority.

Ranger Construction’s North Division has completed work on two jobs at the Orlando/ Sanford Airport in Sanford, Florida.

Ranger was the prime contractor on the first project, a $2.1 million reconstruction and resurfacing job on Taxiways B, C and K.

The contract called for a variety of work, including clearing, embankments, excavation, milling, paving and pavement striping.

Approximately 58,000 tons of P-401 asphalt paving was included. Work began in November 1999, and was scheduled for completion in just over 180 working days, by the end of June 2000.

Ranger also subcontracted to perform approximately $600,000 of overlay and new paving near the airport terminal. Approximately 10,400 tons of asphalt was laid for the terminal roadway, a parking lot, and an access road.

Grader Operator Tim Czupryna hard at work.

Grader Operator Tim Czupryna hard at work.

Loader Operator Mike Richards takes material to a waiting truck.

Loader Operator Mike Richards takes material to a waiting truck.