Rehab Under The Runways: EcoCast Technology Matched Project Demands At Cecil Airport

By Jeff Griffin, Senior Editor | July 2013, Vol. 68, No. 7

“Trenchless methods certainly have made it easier and less costly to maintain underground airport infrastructure,” said Waczkowski. “Not so long ago, rehabilitating these four sections of drainage pipe would have required cutting through the concrete surface, excavating down to the failing pipes and removing them, and installing new pipes. Then the excavation would be filled and the surface repaved. This would have been time consuming, costly and disrupted airport operations through the construction. We restored the pipes without excavation in a few weeks and without affecting airport operations.”

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