Western Runway 2
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South Runway under construction at Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport May 2013 - Three types of ground preparation are visible: dynamic compaction, fracturing, and rolling.
The southern end of the runway in early construction with the break-up of the asphalt. June 2013 - The Diagonal Runway closed in early May. This photo shows the southern end of the runway in early construction with the break-up of the asphalt.
July 2013 aerial of the southern end of the former Diagonal Runway July 2013 - The southern end of the former Diagonal Runway with the asphalt piled in mounds before recycling. There is still a small part of the runway visible.
August 2013 stone column soil improvements August 2013 – Soil improvements include stone columns (lower center) where an auger drills a hole in the ground. The hole is filled with crushed stone to increase bearing capacity and provide a stable base for the new runway.
Mid-section view of the South Runway under construction September 2013 - Grading occurring in the mid area of the South Runway. Ground improvements ongoing in the top of the photo.
Western section of the South Runway outlined in the lighter dirt October 2013 - The western section of the South Runway and taxiway are outlined by the lighter colored fill.
Far western section of the runway is ready for paving November 2013 - Far western section of the runway is ready for paving.
Pour the base layer of the runway in December 2013 December 2013 - Top of the photo shows the base layer of the runway in place.
Paving on the far western end of the South Runway January 2014 - With the base layer completed, crews started pouring the final top layer of the far western end of the runway. 
February 2014 workers have installed the localizer and prepared the ground for the EMAS at the bottom of the photo February 2014 - Workers are installing the localizer and have prepared the ground for the EMAS system west of the pavement.