Rehabilitation of the Toussaint Louverture International Airport in Port-au-Prince

HAÏTI

Following the construction of Bamako airport in Mail, and the works in progress at the Maputo airport in Mozambique, the contract for the rehabilitation of the runway at the Toussaint Louverture international airport in Port au Prince (Haiti) further confirms Razel-Bec's expertise in the field of international airport works.
The contract involves rehabilitation and resurfacing works for the runway and taxiway, as well as the runway edge lights.

The runway
- 3km long and 60 metres wide (42.5 metres of runway and 2 shoulders of 8.625 metres);
- overall low-depth planing of the existing surface and repairing cracks. Levelling layer in asphalt and 5cm asphalt wearing course;
- demolition of shoulders, reconstruction of shoulders, road-base course of 30cm, levelling course in asphalt and 5cm wearing course in asphalt;
- repair of the runway edge lights by SATELEC, a subsidiary of the Fayat Group.

Access ramps
- 300m long and 44 metres wide (23 metres of runway and 2 shoulders of 10.5 metres);
- overall low-depth planing of the existing surface and repairing cracks. Levelling layer in asphalt and 5cm asphalt wearing course;
- reconstruction of shoulders: demolition of shoulders, road-base course of 30cm, levelling course in asphalt and 5cm wearing course in asphalt;
- repair of access-ramp edge lights

Highlight: work carried out on the basis of 24-hour days, with two shifts (one day shift, one night shift). Excavation of large volumes of materials, over 650,000m3, at an average rate of 100,000m3a month. The work needed to be completed before the beginning of the rainy season.

Contracting authority: Ministry of Public Construction Works, Transport and Communication
Project Management: Airport Authority

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