Sundt’s extensive airfield paving experience helped it win a challenging project at Minot Air Force Base near Minot, N.D. The $32 million heavy civil construction project involves repaving the central, 8,900-foot-long stretch of the base’s runway – a task that will require approximately 41,400 cubic yards of concrete and 35,650 tons of asphalt. (The two ends of the runway were already repaved by other contractors under separate contracts.)
Sundt’s other recent military airfield paving projects include construction of a $23 million apron and taxiway at Cannon Air Force Base near Clovis, N.M., and a $24 million Auxiliary Landing Field for the F-35B at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma in Yuma, Ariz.
The project will begin at the end of this month and is scheduled for completion on September 30.