LAX – Runway 6R-24L Safety Area Improvements

Project LAX - Runway 6R-24L Safety Area Improvements
Agency Los Angeles World Airports
Time Period 2016-2017
Construction Cost $45 Million

Project Desctiption

Elements of the Runway 6R-24L Runway Safety Area (RSA) Improvements Project consist of; Relocation of the western physical end of Runway 6R approximately 200 feet to the east, Displacement of the Runway 6R landing threshold approximately 550 feet to the east, Construction of a retaining wall along Pershing Drive and jet blast pad, Relocation of various navigational aids fixed by function to the runway landing threshold, Relocation and replacement of the Runway 6R Medium Intensity Approach Light System with Runway Alignment Indicator Lights (MALSR), Shifting Connector Taxiways E16 & E17 to the east, Shifting the Runway 24L endpoint approximately 800 feet to the east by constructing new runway pavement, Displacement of the Runway 24L arrivals threshold by approximately 800 feet, Shifting of Taxiway E endpoint approximately 500 feet to the east, Construction of new Connector Taxiways E7 and E6, Relocation of the taxicab holding/staging area and associated buildings, and Constructing new or rehabilitating runway and taxiway pavement in areas near the proposed improvements.

Our Role

Quality Control services including field testing, plant testing as well as laboratory testing of materials.