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Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport



Capital improvements
Runway 10/28 Approach Light Relocation (Levee Improvements)

NOAB Project 1057

 

 
Overview

The United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is constructing a series of levee sections on the west end of the airfield. The work has been divided into three separate projects: (1) re-align the West Return Flood Wall, (2) construct the Levee around the "10" end of Runway 10/28  and (3) raise the Canadian National Railroad Gate.  The Airport has been charged with doing the electrical work associated with constructing the levee at the 10 end of Runway 10/28. 
 
Project Personnel

Construction Schedule





ART Project Manager

Kendrick Hunt, ART

  Notice to Proceed

01-24-11

Architect/Engineer

Volkert

  Project Duration (Days)

150

Contractor PM

Nick Gagliano

  Completion Date

7-24-11

Contractor

Walter J Barnes Electric

  Delay/Extension (Days)

113

      Revised Completion Date

11-13-11

Project Budget

 





Costs

Percentage
Construction

$999,105

     
Change Orders

$70,839

  7.0%  
Design

$305,200

  30.5%  
Other

$70,000


7.0%
PM/CM

$297,337


29.7%
Total

$1,742,481

   
 
Project Status
  • Construction complete, closeout in progress.
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