Pavers employed the E-Z Drill Model 210B-2 SRA, a two-gang slab rider drill, and the Model 210B-3 SRA, a three-gang version, to drill the thousands of 7/8-inch diameter, 18-inch deep holes needed for the project. Once Pavers had each lane’s holes drilled, they epoxied the dowels into place and finished off the lane with concrete.
The ramp is used for ten helicopter pads for the Kansas Army National Guard’s UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters. A thicker concrete area allows heavier transport planes, such as the Guard’s KC-135.
It has received ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100:2004 Rev. B certification for the company's supply, repair and installation of its proprietary TKS ice Protection System.
Beginning this spring and continuing for approximately the next 12 months, teams of environmental professionals will be sampling soil, groundwater, surface water, sediment and air at the former...
The university’s Applied Aviation Research Center will conduct the work through its Unmanned Aerial Systems Program Office.