TUL Runway Repavement

Tulsa, Oklahoma


Repaving Runway 36R

Rather than shutting down an entire runway for a lengthy period of time, Garver worked with a subcontractor and the Tulsa International Airport to shutdown pieces of the runway for short amounts of time, which helped limit operational impact. The airport repaved sections of Runway 36R by limiting construction to weekends, and the final phase consisted of 12 weekends to help upgrade an airport that services a metropolitan population area of one million people. 

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Garver’s Construction Observation Team makes sure the contractors do everything according to the design. Watching the amount of communication and coordination between all the different contractors and subcontractors out here—for this project, with this tight of a deadline—it was an impressive thing to see.
Billy Yates Garver Senior Construction Observer

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