Runway 16R-34L Rehabilitation

The purpose of the runway 16R-34L complex at Denver International Airport (DEN) was to replace the existing runway pavement section which had reached the end of its useful life. The project also changed the finished surface from asphalt to concrete to reduce future maintenance needs and was funded through the Airports’ Enterprise Fund and an FAA Airport Improvement Program grant.

Sunland performed pre-construction services including attending and participating in the pre-construction conference at the airport and reviewing the prepared Construction Management Plan (CMP) in accordance with FAA requirements. Sunland also performed construction management services including contractor pay applications, submittals, requests for information (RFIs), change management, and weekly meetings. Sunland’s services also included inspection services. Sunland provided on-site inspection services to the airport for the entire duration of the construction activities. Inspection services included coordinating all required special inspections and testing, monitoring quality control testing done by the contractor for conformance, and inspecting construction for compliance with plans and specs.

OWNER: City and County of Denver

LOCATION: Denver, Colorado

MARKET: Aviation

SERVICES: Construction Inspection, Scheduling, Cost Estimating