Airports

This set of photos presents the typical process of breaking and removing thick airport concrete pavements. Break for removal of thick concrete runways, taxiways and aprons requires the 8600/T8600 Badger Breaker® with hammer drop heights of 7+ feet. Several breakers are often required to meet the contractor's accelerated schedule.

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Antigo's Airports Removal Breaking Projects, 1982-2017

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"On behalf of Interstate Highway Construction, Inc., I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your valuable contribution towards the successful completion of the above referenced work. Also, please take time to thank all of your employees for their cooperation and hard work. We look forward to working with your company on future projects as well. "

Joe Satriana, Project Engineer, Interstate Highway Construction, Inc.

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A Base Stacked for Strength

Reconstruction of a taxiway at Des Moines International Airport.

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"IHC truly appreciated the opportunity to partner with you and your company. Your company was always dedicated to maintaining the schedule and upholding the highest standards of safety and quality. "

Eddie Davidsen, Project Manager, Interstate Highway Construction, Inc.

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New Runway Ready for Take-Off

Rebuilding a critical runway at Fairchild Air Force Base required attention to every last detail - from the concrete to the construction technique to the calendar.

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