US 1 Moved Under Structures
Hilton Demo Begins
Sky Waves Pedestrian Bridges
South Runway Update
Concrete Plant Assembled On-Site
Radar Tower Demolished
Milestones Reached in Construction
Partial Closure of the Greenbelt
South Runway Expansion Update
Ramp Opens from Airport to Port Everglades
New Navigational Aid
U.S. 1 Lane Shift
Hilton Demo Almost Complete
June 19, 2014
|Crews weakened the central structure ofthe hotel by removing walls and beams. Theythen pulledit down with cables and execavators.
|An execavator works to separate the concrete from the other debris. They will recycle the concrete.
|Workers prepare the structure's wall for painting.
|A crew places the rebar at the bottom of an approach slab. Next, they will pour concrete above the rebar creating an approach slab. These slabs are next to the structures.
Hilton Demo Begins and Embankment Nearing The End
April 25, 2014
Work Progressing on Structures and Runway
February 21, 2014
|Workers are welding metal strips to the concrete beams on the top of the FEC structure. Next, they willweld metal plates to the strips creating a surface to pour the concrete deck.
|One method of ground preparation is stone columns. The first step is todrillholes into the ground. Next, theholes will be filled with smallrocks. These stone columns will support the runway. In the background is the Terminal 4 construction.
|This worker is cutting the top layer of concrete to create a smooth edge to join with the next concrete section.A 6 inch concrete base layer supports atop layer that is 16.5inches thick.
|Final gradingof the runway shoulder taking place.Workers will pour asphaltnext to the outer edge of the concrete runway.This is the far western section of the runway.
Hilton Garage Demolition Begins
January 14, 2014