Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) Runway 04-22 Overlay & Taxiway Rehabilitation, Arlington, VA

Berner Construction was awarded a contract from Lagan US Inc. to support the restoration of runways, taxiways, aprons, shoulders, and intermediate areas related to Runway 04-22 at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.  Berner’s scope includes:  excavation and disposal of existing runway subbase aggregate; pavement shoulder adjustment; placement of geogrid for subgrade stabilization; placement of soil stabilization (geotextile) fabric; placement and compaction of crushed aggregate subbase and base course.  Additionally, Berner is responsible for the erosion and sedimentation control measures, storm water pollution prevention, dewatering, and vegetative restoration of the disturbed areas.

Overnight Taxiway Repair

Saturday Taxiway Closure

P209 Placement




Wallops Airfield Repair Project CoF Phase 1 at the Wallops Flight Facility, Wallops Island, VA

Berner Construction was awarded a contract from Lagan US Inc. to support the restoration of runways, taxiways, aprons, shoulders, and intermediate areas at the Wallops Airfield Repair Project at the Wallops Flight Facility.  Berner’s scope includes  excavation and removal of concrete slabs in areas of existing drainage; excavation and removal of the existing storm water system; furnish and install new reinforced concrete piping (RCP); furnish and install new concrete manholes and inlet structures; backfill and compact suitable soils in pipe trenches and structure excavations.

Berner has also been tasked with repairs to the facilities cast iron water lines.

New Storm Water Line Installation

Storm Water Line Excavation

Storm Water Line Installation

Cast Iron Water Line Repair




Huling Branch Wishbone Playground Mine Reclamation

Coal Removal

Berner  is continuing the crop coal removal at the Huling Branch (Wishbone Playground) mine reclamation project located in Westport, PA.  Coal Removal The crop coal removal is scheduled to be completed by late March 2015 followed by the installation of 4,000 linear feet of rock underdrain and site backfill.  Upon completing the backfilling operation the site will be planted with 48,000 tree seedlings.  To finalize the project, Berner will construct 1.6 miles of recreational trails.

For a glance at the project, see the following link for the story written by Caterpillar about PADEP and Berner.

http://www.cat.com/en_US/campaigns/awareness/trophy-run.html

Berner Working at Flight 93 Memorial

Berner Construction has been contracted by the National Park  Service to perform soil ripping at a portion of the Flight 93 Memorial Nation Park.   The 32 acre soil ripping effort will be performed in preparation of the planting of 21,760 trees.  Berner will use a Caterpillar D-11 equipped with a multi shank ripper to prepare the soil.